Israeli Trauma Bandage

NSN 6510-01-460-0849, NATO 6510-13-116-2452

israelibandag1small
 

The emergency bandage, also known as the Israeli bandage, was first introduced in the late 1990s to upgrade U.S. Army first aid kits. These bandages were first marketed towards military special forces, but today, it's issued to the entire U.S. military with over one million bandages in the field.

  • Quick and easy for self application, and medical professional application
  • Consolidation of numerous treatment devices (Non-stick pad, pressure applicator, secondary sterile dressing, closure bar) into a single unit.
  • Significant per treatment time and cost savings
  • Designed with the end-user in mind

$8.50