Sneak Peek – Huron MDX9 Medical Pack

Here is a sneak peek of the New Huron MDX9 Medical Pack. Following our philosophy, Innovate or Die, we have designed the next generation in medical gear to assist first responders who are assigned as tactical medics, rescue task force members, or individual FIRE/EMS/LEOs. Our new Huron™ medical packs are designed specifically around the guidelines from the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and the principle that no one should bleed to death from uncontrolled hemorrhage. Current TECC guidelines recommend all first responders carry tourniquets, learn to pack wounds and utilize hemostatic dressings, and learn to seal chest wounds following the MARCHE protocols. TECC is the civilian evolution of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), written to address the differences in civilian populations and operational environments.

The MDX9 is designed specifically to carry multiple emergency medical items required in a Mass Casualty situation. It has ample storage space and organizational features that assist users in identifying the required items for treatment, and quickly accessing them for application.

This is just the first of many new medical products coming out of TYR Tactical in 2017.


3 Responses to “Sneak Peek – Huron MDX9 Medical Pack”

  1. Grady Burrell says:

    Smart design and clean look. The MD X9 has many crossover applications.

  2. Seamus says:

    Looks a bit too small. My unit has M9 aid bags that at least appear a bit larger than this bag and even they are too small for the new TCCC requirements of pelvic binder, junctional tourniquets, and need for advanced airway and chest tube kits.

  3. Buckaroomedic says:

    I wish someone would just make an updated M-5 aid bag with this same type of internal organization ability.