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MCSO MR/ CENTRAL ARIZONA MOUNTAIN RESCUE ASSOCIATION
STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINE
# 113.1 PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
EFFECTIVE: 11-6-90 (Reprint)
RELATED: Equipment KEY WORDS: Equipment, gear, personal
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PURPOSE; To provide information regarding personal equipment.
DISCUSSION: This is a guide. The individual must tailor the list to the mission or other needs by adding to the list, etc.
Substitutions are fine, but first check with a senior rescue member experienced in that type of equipment.
S= Standard Field Pack. Normally carried on all missions and trainings
E= Extended operations (Most missions outside of Phoenix)
W= Winter/Alpine/Snow/Ice/Foul Weather
M= Mandatory for all field members
R= Recommended strongly but not required
O= Optional: useful and may be important to certain situations
*= Shared equipment: at least one per crew.
________________________S E W________________________________________________S E W
Rescue Pack- - - - - - - - - - - - M M M
Good Headlamp- - - - - - - - - -M M M
Small Cave/Water Proof Pack-R R R
Extra bulb and batteries - - - - M M M
Personal First Aid Kit - - - - -M M M
Second Light Source- - - - - - -M M M
(See below)
Extra Bulb & Batteries- - - - -M M M
Patient Care EMS Kit - - - - - -* * *
HeliGoggles & Earplugs - - -M M M
Survival Kit / Pouch - - - - - -M M M
Radio Call List- - - - - - - - - - R R R
Pers. First Aid Kit- - -- - - - -M M M
Radio Chest Harness- - - - - - R R R
Bivouac Bag/ Shelter - - - - - M M M
Radio & Remote Mike- - - - - R R R
UV Sunglasses & Chums-- -M M M
Radio Earplug- - - - - - - - - - -R R R
Extra Prescript. Glasses - - - M M M
A Good Book- - - - - - - - - - - R R R
Signal Mirror- - - - - - - -- -M M M
3 Qts water minimum- - - - - -M M M
Sky Flare- - - - - - - - - - - - - -* * *
2+days food-HiEnrgy-Hi Cal-M M M
Smoke Flare- - - - - - - - - - - -* * *
Cup & Bowl - - - - - - - - - - - -R R R
Outside Thermometer- - - - - O O O
Fork/Spoon- - - - - - - - - - - - -R R R
Compass- - - - - - - - - - - - - -M M M
Team Shirt - - - - - - - - - - - - -M M M
Trail Flagging/Crepe - - - - - M M M
Cap/Hat for proper season- - -M M M
Whistle & Retention- - - - - -M M M
Long Sleeved team Shirt- - - -O M M
3rd Light Source - - - - - - - - M M M
Socks for proper season- - - - -M M M
Wind & Wtrproof Matches- -M M M
Wicking heavy socks- - - - - - -R R M
Knife (prefer 1 hander)- - - -M M M
Sock Liners (Thermax, etc) - - O R M
Fire Starters (cotton/wax)- - - - - M M M
Extra Socks- - - - - - - - - -- - - R R R
25+feet Nylon Cord - - - - - M M M
Fleece, etc heavy top- - - - - - -O R M
Maps & Case- - - - - - - - - - * * *
Wicking under-top & bottom -O R M
Toilet Paper/Kleenex - - - - -R M R
Loose Tan Pants- - - - - - - - - -M M M
Sewing Kit - - - - - - - - - - - R R R
Fleece-type pants- - - - - - - - - O R M
Notepad & Pencil - - - - - - -M M M
Light Pants Shell- - - - - - - - - M M M
Watch- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -R R R
Tan Shorts - - - - - - - - - - - - - O O O
Emergency Snacks - - - - - -M M M
Belt (Prefer load bearing) - - - R R R
State & County Maps- - - - -M M M
Light Hooded Jacket/ Poncho-M M M
Vehicle Stickers/Magnetics -R R R
Winter Hooded Parka- - - - - -O R M
Flight suit- - - - - - - - - - - - -R R R
Winter Pants Shell - - - - - - - -O O M
Sleeping Pad - - - - - - - - - - O R M
Appropriate Footwear/Boots -M M M
Sleeping Bag (for Season)- O R M
Sitting Pad- - - - - - - - - - - - - R R R
Tent - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - O R M
Altimeter- - - - - - - - - - - - O O O
GPS- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - R*R*R*
Cooking Kit- - - - - - - - - - R*M*R*
Stove, Fuel, Extra Fuel- - - - - O*M*M*
Personal Equipment. 2/2
(High Alt, Low Temp)
Binoculars/Monocular - - - - - -R R R
____________________________S E W
Camera / Film- - - - - - - - - - - R R R
Face Mask/Balaclava- - - - - - - - - - O R M
Glove Liners - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - O R M
Finger-free Glove-Mitts- - - - - - - - O R M
Mitt Shells- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - O R M
Deluxe Gaiters - - - - - - - - - - - - - -O R M
Glacier Glasses/Ski Goggles- - - - -O R M
Snowshoes/ XC Skis & Poles - - - -O R M
Ice Axe- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -O R M
Crampons - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -O R M
Snow Shovel- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M*
Snow Saw - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M*
Snow Flukes/Ice Screws/Pickets - - - - -M*
Avalanche Cord - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -M**
Avalanche Beacon - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M**
Avalanche Probe- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -M**
** For Winter Mountain Alpine conditions
(Four Peaks, Flagstaff & Tucson & related peaks)
_____________________________S E W
Helmet/ Chin Strap/ Stickers- - - - - M M M
Rescue Seat Harness- - - - - - - - - - M M M
Rescue Chest Harness - - - - - - - - -M M M
Rappel/Belay Gloves- - - - - - - - - -M M M
Rescue Descender - - - - - - - - - - - M M M
Mechanical Ascenders - - - - - - - - -R R R
Elbow/Knee Pads (Mine/Cave)- - - R R R
5+ locking carabiners- - - - - - - - -M M M
4 x 10' red 1" tub. webbing - - - - -M M M
2x 20' purple 1" tub. web- - - - - - M M M
50' 9mm+ Escape / Edge Kit- - - -M M M
( pouch, prusik, carabiner(s)
Multi-Loop Strap (Helo)- - - - - - M M M
2 long, 1 short prusiks- - - - - - - -M M M
Rescue Pulley- - - - - - - - - - - - - M M M
Rock Shoes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - R R R
Lead Rack / Pro- - - - - - - - - - - -R R R
NOTE: Minimum tech. gear on search includes:
1.
Helmet
2.
Enough to make 2 harnesses
3.
4-8 carabiners
4.
15 ft web sling
5.
Edge Kit
PERSONAL FIRST AID KIT:
This kit is for YOUR treatment and comfort and is also
intended to satisfy personal back country trip needs. Some
contents of this kit can augment your Patient EMS Kit
(FR, BLS, ALS FASTPACK).
Bite Extractor Kit
Regular Bandaids
Ace/Similar Bandage
4 Large Safety/Blanket Pins
1 x 1-2" Cloth Tape
4 4 x 4's or Telfas
Space Blanket or Equivalent: (2 large Trash bags)
3 Large Triangular Cravats
Visine or Equivalent
Tweezers and/or Hemastat
Sun Screen (SPF 15+)
Comb (Cactus)
Insect Repellent
Antibiotic Opthalmic Ointment
Water Purification System
Chapstick, etc, with UV Prot.
Pain Relief (Asa, Tyl, Ibu...)
2+ Pads Moleskin and/or Duct Tape
Antacids, Laxatives of choice
1 Pr latex gloves
Decongestants (Sudafed, Dristan)
Pepto Bismal/Immodium (Runs)
Antibiotic (Tetracycl, Septra)
Lomotil/Pathilon (Bad Runs)
Topical Cream (Bites & Ivy): Benadryl, Caldecort
Antihistamines (Afrin, Benadryl)
Diamox, Decadron (High Altitude)
Sting Kit (EpiPen/AnaKit)
Betadine Solution:
10% as Topical AntiBacterial
1% as Topical Fungal
.5% as Water Purification (2 gtts/Qt. Dbl if cloudy/cold)
.25% as Vaginal Douche
Add your personal medications and comforters.
CENTRAL ARIZONA MOUNTAIN RESCUE ASSOCIATION
STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINE # 113.2
TEAM EQUIPMENT
EFFECTIVE: 4-6-92; 4-27-99
RELATED: Equipment Chair Duties
KEY WORDS: Equipment, gear
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PURPOSE; To provide information regarding team equipment and caches.
PURCHASE AND ACQUISITION; Purchase of equipment is based on recommendations to the Board and membership, by
the Equipment Chair and interested members. All newly acquired and purchased equipment shall be reported to the
Equipment Chair. It is recommended that equipment be shipped to the Chair's home so that it can be logged and marked
immediately and distributed from there.
DISTRIBUTION; Distribution of equipment is the responsibility of the Operation Leaders, the appropriate committee chairs
and the Board, with confirmation by the membership. The bulk of Team Equipment (Medical, Technical, Communications,
etc) is kept as Caches with Operation Leaders and senior Rescue members who are active and available. Members who
become unavailable temporarily or longer term shall ensure the equipment is made available to another responsible team
member.
ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY AND ACCOUNTABILITY; A complete, annual physical inventory shall be overseen
each year by the Equipment Committee. This shall include EMS, Administrative/Office, Communications and Technical
Equipment. A RESOURCE ROSTER shall be annually published and shall include which team member has which
equipment. This shall serve to provide each team member with what equipment is responding to a mission and what yet is
needed.
Changes in long-term possession of team equipment shall be reported to the appropriate Chair (Equipment, Communications,
EMS) within 1 week.
CACHE CONTENTS; A current list of recommended contents of caches is attached and updated periodically.
IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT; Each piece of team equipment (bags, rope, pieces...) shall be marked for
PERMANENT identification, as is safe to the structural integrity of the equipment. It shall be marked with;
Serial # as space allows
Name of Team; CTL AZ MTN RESCUE or MCSO MR
Address and/or Phone # (POB 4004 Phoenix, AZ 85030. 602-205-4070
Color Codes
Black
camp / operation support
Red
emergency medical
Brown
underground mine / cave
Green
cold weather operations
Orange
Blue
Yellow
Purple
rescue equipment
swift water
helicopter operations
dynamic ropes
Major Caches
White, Yellow, Blue (Trailer), Red (Training).
The red cache is the training cache that can be used on operations but is typically older (still operational) equipment with a
two piece litter. It is stored with the litter put together and all the equipment in it. It is all covered by a heavy duty rubberized
nylon litter cover. The training cache will be used on trainings so we don't put undo wear or damage the rescue gear.
Webbing
This is for the purpose of standardizing with Phoenix Fire Department, Sedona FD, and other Arizona fire departments.
BLUE = 10 foot
GREEN = 20 foot
BLACK = 30 foot
Each Cache should be color coded (tape) or tagged so caches can be distinguished from one another.
PROCEDURE:
General
Do not alter the inventory of the trailer without notifying the equipment committee
Please ensure the trailer is returned just as neat and organized as you found it
Please report any missing equipment, or equipment that needs repair, replacement, or marking to the equipment committee.
Team Equipment Caches
REVISED: 12-01-1999. Under revision
Mini Caches
8 x steel lockers
2 x 30 footers-black
2 x 20 footers-green
1 x 10 footer-blue
2 x double PMPs
Single PMP
2 sets system prussiks
Cordelette LRH
Rigging plate
Brake rack
2 pieces of edge protection
Steel figure 8
Large steel locking-D carabiner
300 foot 1/2 inch static rope
50 ft 7/16 rope
Rope bag
CMC rescue organizer
Red (Training) Cache
Orange litter cover
10 x black 30 footers
10 x green 20 footers
10 x blue 10 footers
10 x sets of system prusiks
2 x 33 foot cordelettes
KED board
Knot passing pulley (gold)
Kootenay carriage (red)
2 x disposable blankets
Ensolite pad
2-piece litter basket
Lexan face shield
CMC hard nylon edge protection
Heavy-duty edge roller (red)
Jansport patient pack (red) including
V-vac & spare cartridge
Head block, Duct tape
Heavy-duty space blanket
Sam splint
2 x 30 foot orange patient ties
Goggles
30 x locking biners
Brake rack
Rescue 8
4 x large steel D lockers
9 x aluminum non-lockers
4 x Prussik minding pulleys (PMP)
Double mini PMP
Single mini PMP
Wall hauler
Tech Pack
Orange pack
2 x blue tarps
10 x blue 10 footers on a non-locker
10 x green 20 footers on a non-locker
10 x black 30 footers on a non-locker
10 pair of system prussiks on a non-locker
1 set of etriers
1 x hard nylon edge protection plate
1 x soft Velcro edge protection pad
30 x steel locking carabiners
1 x round bottom kootenay carriage with pins
1 x steel edge roller
1 x CMC victim rescue harness
1 pair mechanical ascenders
2 x load releasing hitches with large steel D carabiners
Four hole rigging plate
2 x 33 foot cordelette runners
Load ring
Tri-link
25 foot 7/16 static rope
Steel rescue 8
Brake rack
Bolt kit with hammer and bit
4 x large steel D carabiners
4 x single PMPs
2 x double PMPs
2 x single pulleys
Wall-hauler
Double mini-PMP
Single mini-PMP
Spare litter pins
Litter Pack
Stainless steel 2 piece litter with mesh litter insert, safety
belts and webbing back ups
Face shield
Freighter pack with Fastex straps
2 x large heavy duty trash bags
2 x disposable blankets
2 x full-length pieces of foam / ensolite padding
Vertical litter spider with big steel D carabiner and load
ring
Steep / low angle litter bridle with big steel D carabiner
KED board
Patient package / C-spine kit
Adult Multi-fit C-collar
Head block
2 x orange 30 foot patient ties
V-vac suction device
Roll of duck tape (white)
Heavy-duty reflective space blanket
Patient helmet
*ALPINE
6 Pr Skis & Poles
6 Pr Snow Shoes
5+ Ice Screws/Flukes/Pickets
6 Probes
Snow Saw / 3 Shovels
Avy Cord / 6 Beacons
Ferno Basket Stretcher
*HELIRESCUE KIT
Harness Kit
LZ Prep Kit
PreRig Extraction Line
Folding Board/Bauman Bag
Flight Helmets/Headsets
ResQ Ring
Spare Flightsuits
PreRig HeliRappel Line
*MINE / CAVE KIT
SCBAs/SABA/Spare Air
O2 Monitors/Gas Monitors
Large Rigging Plate
Hard Line Phones/Line
Self-Rescue Self Breather
SKED/ OSS
Tripod/A-Frame
*SWIFTWATER KIT
PFDs
Throw Bags
Wet Suits
Line Thrower
Helmets
Poles
*HYPOTHERMIA PACK
Cook Kit/2 Stoves/Fuel
Vapor Barrier System
Warm Gas Inhalator
Hat/Jacket/Pants/Mitts
ERG/Water/Bottles
Sleeping Bag/Pad
Heat Packs
Tent
Food/Lighter
GI/GU Purge Kit
CLIPBOARDPad/Pens/Pencil
Lost Person Questionaire
Sign-In Rosters
Gas Station List
Mission Worksheets
Team Roster/Call #s/Codes
MRA Mission Reports
Business Cards
EMS Encounter Forms
Helicopter Load Calculations
Mine/Cave Entry Logs
A.A.C. Accident Form
*OTHEREMS Stand By Kit
Table/Stools/Cot
*Not all Caches have.
CENTRAL ARIZONA/ M.C.S.O. MOUNTAIN RESCUE
STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINE
# 113.3.1
E.M.S. FASTPACKS
Revised 1-30-96
Page 1/1
FASTPACKs are intended to be minimum weight, maximum use and maximum versatility. You may combine the
Fastpack with your Personal First Aid Kit to reduce even more the items you must carry. By combining several
team members' fastpacks, many supplies can be pooled in the field to treat a patient or patients.
GROUP FAST GEAR CRITICAL! (as needed):
EmsCom or Port. Phone
Blood Glucose Kit
Suction Unit
KED or SKED/OSS
Helmet/Goggles/Cyalume
PASG
Ensolite 1-2
Litter System
Traction Splint
Airway/BVM & O2
Pt water & snacks
Hypothermia Pack
FIRST RESPONDER FASTPACK (Some items may already be in your survival kit.)
CPR Mask
2-4 Garbage Bags
Amm. Inhalants
2+ pr Latex Gloves
Patient Hat/Gloves
10% Betadine Sol.
Pt Water/ERG/Snacks NotePad/Pen/Pencil
EMS Forms
10 4x4s
Bandaids
1 8x7
1" Tape
4 Kling
Ace bandage
Trauma Scissors/Knife
Comb/Tweezers
3 Sam Splints
Lighter
2-3 Triangulars/Pins
Bite Extractor Kit
3+ Heat Packs
Antiseptic Ointment/Sting Ease
B.L.S. FASTPACK ADD THESE ITEMS TO THE F.R. List:
B.G. Kit/Strips/Lancets/Preps
Glucose Paste/ Sugar S-M-L OPAs
NPAs/Lube
Penlight
C-Collar
Suction (Baster/60cc Toomey & NPA) Reg/Hypothermia Thermometer
Condom Catheter/Leg Bag
Lady Freshette
BP Cuff/Stethoscope
Adult BVM/Mask
Trauma Pad
A.L.S. FASTPACK ADD THESE ITEMS TO THE F.R. & B.L.S. Fastpack contents:
Intubation Handle/Batteries
Tourniquet/Alc. Preps
14L-14-16-18-22 IV Caths
1 & 4 Miller
1 LR 1000cc
3 & 4 Mac
1 NS 1000cc
Scalpel / Hemostat
Adult Stylette
2 Blood Tubing
Cric. Kit
ETT 4-6-8/Syringe(s) Pressure Infuser
Heat Packs
Primary DRUGS; Take from Base Camp, prn; or standardly pack;
Albuterol
ASA
Atropine
Benadryl (po/im/iv)
D50/ Glucose / Glucagon
Epi 1:1,000
Morphine
Nifidepine
Ntg
Thiamine
Decadron 4mg IM
Promethazine 1cc/5cc/10cc Syringes with Needles
NOTE: Stage the rest of your ALS gear at Camp, ready to be sent to you.
Other A.L.S. considerations;
Flourescein Strips
Suture; Hemostats, needle Holder
Scalpels 2x 10, 11, 15
Toothed Forceps, scissors
Chest tube
Opthalmic solution
2 x 3-0 Nylon
2 x 4-0 Nylon
2 x 5-0 Nylon
Betadine
Drain
Iris Scissors
Prep Razor
4 x 2-0 Silk
Diazepam
Narcan
Motrin/Tylenol/Darvocet
CENTRAL ARIZONA/ M.C.S.O. MOUNTAIN RESCUE
STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINE
# 113.3.2
E.M.S. STAND-BY KITS
5-6-02
Page 1 of 2
BLS STAND-BY KIT/PACK
Intended for Patrols, "StandBys" or staging at a Command Post. It is not meant to be packed into the backcountry.
Supplied by the Team.
Clipboard/Forms/Pad/Bus.Cards/Pens
NS Irrigation
Hand Cleaner/Gel
4+ Cold Packs or Ice & Bags
Scissors
20+ 4x4s
BP Cuff
15+ Kling
2x1" Tape
2 Burn Sheets
10 Amm. Inhalants
Trash Bags
Charcoal (total 50 G SuperChar)
Comb/Tweezers/Magnifier
Nasal Tampons?
Tongue Depressors
SAM Splints
3+ Masks
4+ Hot Packs
Bite Stick
2 8x7 Pads
Penlight(s)
Stethoscope
Thermometer/Covers
10 Ace bandages
20 Alc. Preps
C-Collars
Bandaids
Bite Extractor Kit
60cc/14g (Irrigation)
Glucose
Paste
2 " Tape
10+ Pair Gloves
KTD
Towel/Paper Towels
Trauma Pad
Ring Cutter
4 Triangulars
1/2" Tape
OB Kit
AntiBiotic Ointment
Ziplocks/Vomit Bags
Benzoine w/ Steri Strips
Q-Tips
V-Vac & Catheters
Miscellaneous Standby or Staging Supplies SUPPLIED BY THE TEAM
Ensolites
KED/OSS/SKED
Tarp/Cot/Stools/Table
Bags/Ice
PASG
BackBoards & Kits
Blanket & Litter Kit
Water Jug/ERG/Water
AIRWAY BAG/O2 This will be the O2 Kit sent into the backcountry, prn. (Some items may be in Fastpack)
0-6 OPAs
|
O2/Reg (Full! Tank!)
NPAs & Lube
|
2+ Nasal Cannulas (1 for Fast)
Adult BVM/Masks
|
2+ Adult Masks (1 for Fast)
(Suction/Catheters/Cartridges)
|
Ped Mask
2+ SVNs
|
CPR Mask (Layperson assist)
Hypothermia Pack
This kit is meant to be used for known or profound hypothermia situations.
Pack
2 Stoves/Fuel
(Condom Cath./Leg Bag)
Pile Pants
2 Kwik Lunches
Large Cook Kit
2 Full Barrier Bags
Pile Jacket
4 ERG/Gookinaid
(Mitts)/ Scarf
(Hypo. Thermometer)
(Matches/Lighter)
2x 1 Liter Water Bottles
Warm Gas Inhalator
10+++ Heat Packs
Sleeping Bag/Pad
Female Freshette
(Pile Hat)
Tent
Standby Kit # 113.3. 2/2
ALS LARGE KIT/PACK ("Grey Box"or Stand By)
Intended for Patrols, Standbys or staging at command posts. Not meant to be packed into the backcountry.
Supplied by the Team.
2+ NS and/or LR 1000cc
2+ Blood Tubing
Intubation Roll+:
3+ IV Start Kits
(Laryng. Handle
(1-4 Mil/Macs
(Bulbs
(2.5-8.5 ETTs
6 14g IV Caths.
(Adult Stylette
(Ped Stylette
6 16g IV Caths.
(Endo-Lock
6 18g IV Caths.
(SurgiLube
6 20g IV Caths.
(#11 Scalpel
6 22g IV Caths.
(10cc Syringe
2 12g Cntrl Lines
(2 Magill Forceps
Sternal IO
CRIC. KIT:
16/18g I.O.s
(6.0 ETT/Syringe
(14g Cath.
(4x4s
(Hemostat
(#11 Scalpel
Blood Glucose Kit/Lancets/Strips
EXTRA FLUIDS (In Vehicle, CP, etc)
5 NS and/or LR 1000cc
Tubing & Start Kits
CARDIAC MONITOR
Monitor Check
2 Extra Batteries
Paper Roll
Leads
Electrodes
Defib Gel
Pace Pads
Battery Charger
Pediatric Paddles
1/2" Tape
1" Tape
6-8 3" Kling
4x4s
Trauma Pad(s)
Bandaids
Pressure Infuser
Red Bags
IDC Sleeves
Masks
Sharps shuttle
Lg. Gloves
IDC Masks/Eyes
Amm. Inhalants
Extra Batteries
Heat Packs
CAMRA / M.C.S.O. MOUNTAIN RESCUE SOP 113
A.L.S. / A.C.L.S. DRUG BOXES (Turn In Monthly to JCL-NM)
IEMT DRUGS
Activated Charcoal
Albuterol
Aspirin
Atropine
Dextrose 50%
Diazepam
Diphenhydramine
Epinephrine 1:1000
Furosemide
Glucagon
Methylprednisolone
Sodium Succinate
Midazalom
Morphine Sulfate
Naloxone
Nitroglycerine
Oxytocin
Phenylephrine
Sodium Bicarbonate
Thiamine
Nitrous Oxide
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25Gm/120ml
2.5mg/3ml
81 Mg
8mg/20ml
25Gm/50ml
10mg/2ml
50mg/1ml
1mg/1ml
40mg/4ml
1mg/1ml
Bottle
Unit
Ind.Dose
Vial
Syringe
Syringe
Vial
Tubx/Amp
Syr/Vial
Unit mix
1
2
2
2
2
4
2
125mg/2ml
5mg/5ml
10mg/1ml
2mg/2ml
or 1mg/1ml
.4mg Tabs
10u/1ml
.5%/15ml
50mEq/50ml
100mg/1ml
50%/50% O2
Vial
Vial
Ampule
Amp/Syr
Vial
Bottle/25
Vial/Amp
Bottle
Syringe
Tubx/Vial
Cylinder
Vial
Syringe
Syringe
Syringe
Vial/Syr
Syringe
Vial
Syringe
Vial/Syr
PreMx Bag
Vial
Amp/Vial
CEP DRUGS (in addition to IEMT Drugs)
Adenosine
6mg/2ml
Atropine
1mg/10ml
Bretyllium Tosylate
500mg/10ml
Calcium Chloride
1Gm/10ml
Dopamine HCl.
400mg/5ml
Epinephrine 1:10,000
1mg/10ml
Epinephrine 1:1,000
30ml
Lidocaine
100mg/5ml
Lidocaine
1Gm/25ml
or 2Gm/500ml-D5W
Magnesium Sulfate
1gm/2ml
Verapamil
5mg/2ml
SYRINGES/NEEDLES
___ 2 x 1 ml TB 25gx5/8" Needle ___ 2 x 10 ml Syringes
___ 3 x 19 g Filter Ndl 1&1/2"
___ 2 x 60 ml Syringes
IV SOLUTIONS *
___ 4 x NS 250 -500ml
___ 8+x LR or NS
OTHER
___ Tubex Holder
___ Calculator
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___ 6 x 18/ 20/ 25g Needles
___ 4 x 3 ml 18g x 1/2" Needle
___ 3 Red Tops
___ 2 x 20 ml Syringes
___ 2 x Saline Locks
___ 1 x NS 30 ml Vial
___ 2 SVN sets
*May not fit in Drug Box, but must be on unit.
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___ 2 NG Tubes