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Suspension trauma (Syn. "orthostatic shock while suspended"), also known as harness hang syndrome (HHS), suspension syndrome, or orthostatic intolerance, is an effect which occurs when the human body is held upright without any movement for a period of time. If the person is strapped into a harness or tied to an upright object they will eventually suffer the central ischaemic response (commonly known as fainting). Fainting while remaining vertical increases the risk of death from cerebral hypoxia. Since there is no evidence that these effects are specifically due to trauma, or caused by the harness itself, climbing medicine authorities have argued against the terminology of suspension trauma or harness hang syndrome and instead termed this simply "suspension syndrome". People at risk of suspension trauma include people using industrial harnesses (fall arrest systems, abseiling systems, confined space systems), people using harnesses for sporting purposes (caving, climbing, parachuting, etc.), stunt performers, circus performers, and occupations that require the use of harnesses and suspension systems in general. Suspension shock can also occur in medical environments, for similar reasons.
Brand new us army issue IFAK II stocked with all sealed unexpired medical supplies. Has new version ambidextrous Multicam ocp molle pouch and insert. Complete fist aid/individual trauma kit geared towards first aid of combat related injuries. Kit includes: 2 hyfin chest seals, Israeli bandage...
When I got home from deployment, some of my medic gear was all mixed and sourced from different units. At this point everything that was hand-receipted has since been reclaimed, and certain supply staff don't want to know about the expendables I was issued on the mob, so now I'm here.
Up for sale is a like new casevac trauma kit with all the provisions. The only thing I believe to be missing is the Sked portable litter. Is it a very nice SHTF medical kit and very heavy duty.
More information is available here...
Brand New, never used Genuine North American Rescue Medic Trauma Pack (Bag and Full Medical Load-out)
Retails for $1,337.63
The Medic/Trauma Pack is a light framed platform with silent, dirt and sand-resistant zippers...
Tactical EMS KIT
Ranger Green with medical kit. Never used. Holds 3 AR mags close to your chest while the pouch and medical kit opens in front.
2 - Olaes Trauma Bandages
1 - SOFTT-W Tourniquet
1 - 28 fr. NPA
1 - Petroleum Gauze
1 - Roll Medical Tape
- Trauma Shears...
Ranger Green medical trauma "blowout" kit. Never used.
Kit is MIL version and contents are still in vacuum sealed resealable bag with an expiration date of May 2022.
D.A.R.K. "Shingle" Trauma Kit Insert
$80 Shipped USPS or meetup near Shoreline, Lynnwood, Edmonds area.