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Stop the Bleed
The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) Bureau of Preparedness and Response supplied Stop the Bleed kits to Department of Health offices statewide to enable FDOH workplaces to be prepared to respond to a bleeding emergency. Kits include a tourniquet, QuikClot, gloves, elastic and modular bandages, gauze, sponges, scissors, and an instructional guide.
Ordering Kits or Supplies
Stop the Bleed Kits and replenishment of supplies are available for purchase through trusted vendors of your choice. Know your chosen vendor, as there have been reports of counterfeit tourniquets that fail on use. Also, it is important to continually monitor your entity’s kits for expired contents or restock needs to ensure each is ready when needed.
Training, Resources and Additional Information
App for Cell/SmartPhones – Free Stop the Bleed mobile device app from the Uniformed Services University’s National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health designed to teach users how to stop Life-threatening bleeding. Photo by Yubanet
To download the app on your mobile device or table:
To learn more about the Stop the Bleed campaign and to find additional resources and training materials check out the following:
US Department of Homeland Security Stop the Bleed – Contains background information and downloadable poster.
US Department of Homeland Security – You are the Help Until Help Arrives – Learn how you can help.
FEMA-Why You Need to Stop Bleeding Right Away - Close captioned video from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
FEMA-How to Stop Bleeding – Close captioned video from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Florida Department of Health Until Help Arrives – Resources for bystanders who can step forward to help save lives during unexpected emergencies.
Quick Clot Combat Gauze – Directions for Use Training – Video training from Z-Medica on using product contained in the Stop the Bleed kit.
Free Local Trainings
To find an American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma no cost class in your community visit the BleedingControl.org Class Search
For more information about Department of Health Stop the Bleed initiatives or to share what is happening in your community contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The “Stop the Bleed” campaign was initiated by a federal interagency workgroup convened by the National Security Council Staff, The White House. The Department of the Defense owns the “the “Stop the Bleed” logo and phrase – trademark pending.