This is a 150mm (6 inch) Emergency Pressure Bandage vacuum sealed in a water tight package.
If you are familiar with israeli bandages these are very similar.
An emergency pressure bandage is a type of medical bandage that is designed to be used in emergency situations to control bleeding from wounds. The bandage works by applying pressure to the wound, which helps to stop the bleeding.
The emergency pressure bandage consists of a sterile pad, a pressure applicator, and an elastic bandage. The sterile pad is placed over the wound, and the pressure applicator is used to apply pressure to the pad, which helps to stop the bleeding. The elastic bandage is then used to secure the pad in place and maintain the pressure on the wound.
There are various types of emergency pressure bandages available, including those designed specifically for wounds on different parts of the body, such as the arm, leg, or head. Some emergency pressure bandages also come with additional features, such as built-in compression pads or tourniquets, to help control severe bleeding.
It’s important to have an emergency pressure bandage in your first-aid kit, as it can be used to control bleeding and prevent further injury in emergency situations. It’s also important to know how to use the bandage properly, so that you are prepared to respond in an emergency.
A pressure bandage can provide several benefits in emergency situations: