Cody’s Leg Amputation + Our New Trauma & Hemorrhage Control IFAK Kit – LXWS Episode 20

Cody’s Leg Amputation + Our New Trauma & Hemorrhage Control IFAK Kit – LXWS Episode 20

February 29, 2020 0 By Jose Scott


(electronic music) (swoosh) (swoosh) (swoosh) (static) (static) (exciting music) (television static) – (laughing) – Golly (mumbles). Five o’clock news. – Uhhh. (mumbles) about killed us. – In today’s news, Terry’s (bleep) is still small. And now for the weather. – I got pictures. – It’s cold; it’s damn cold! See you tomorrow night. (both laughing) (television static) – Welcome to the LightningX
Products warehouse series. – Series. – Series. – Series. – This week on the warehouse
here, is we’re gonna talk about not only a
new bag, but a new kit. We’d like to introduce you to the PB-45. This is a new MOLLE IFAK
pouch we have and we also put together a new kit, that’s… – Yeah? – Why not? Um, so today, you know,
normally, we kinda show you how to assemble a kit, but
we’re gonna kinda do things backwards this week. We’re gonna disassemble the
kit and go over each item and what it does and
we’ll show you the kit. So let’s get started. – So we’re goin’ backwards? – We’re goin’ backwards, sir. – Oh, crap. – So this kit is great. Um, it can be a tactical
kit, of course, but we’ve put some items in here that can
really be great for hunters and campers and sporting
events as general first aid because, the stuff that’s in
here, you don’t really have to have a lot of training on. And there’s a lot of things
for anything a small as a paper cut to a, you know, a
lower leg amputation maybe, like we were talking about recently? – Um-hm. – Um, let’s get started. Cody, give me the first item. – Alright, first item. We’re gonna go with our KwikStop spray. – Oh. Yeah, so the KwikStop
Spray, this is kind of on the lower end of what we’re
talking about with injuries, like, you know, a paper cut. C’mon, here, give me your hand. – Why? Ah! God, dude! – So here’s how you use this. Just open it up, shake it up in your hand. (spraying) – Oh, it’s cold. – After about 30 seconds, no more blood. So that’s the Curad KwikStop. That’s for just like
paper cuts and boo-boos and stuff like that. Can I have the next item, please? – Now, you can’t hurt
me with this one, okay? We’re goin’ with a
fashlight, a LED flashlight. – A fashlight? – Flash… (laughs) Flash-Light! – This is our brand new
product, guys, a fashlight. You’ve heard of a flashlight. You’ve heard of a fleshlight. (both laughing) This is the fashlight. (soft music) (static) – (laughing) – Does that thing work? – It’s working. (laughing) – No further explanation needed. Tactical flashlight. It’s got a Creo LED. It uses AA batteries so you
don’t have to worry about those expensive lithium batteries
like you use for cameras. So, feshlight. Here you go. Next item, please. Get it together, son. – Krinkle, krinkle gauze. – Alright, krinkle gauze. So what this is, is it’s kinda
like what you might call like Kerlix or something and
it’s just, it’s a bunch of gauze that’s compacted
into a little square. I’m trying to figure out
how the hell it opens. (laughs) – It’s got a little slot right… – That’s where I thought
it had a little slot. Where’s the little slot? – Oh, right here; it’s right
where you were missing. – Oh, there we go, thank you. See, he’s good for something every now and then. So this tiny little block
here, it’s actually got like, I don’t know, like two
miles’ worth of gauze in there or something. It’s just a crazy amount. So you can just keep unraveling
and pack it into a wound like, if I were to shoot
Cody or somethin’ you’d kinda start out with that pretty quickly. Now we’re not going down that street. Can I have the next item, please? – You didn’t bring a gun, right? – Can I have the next item, please? – Alright, next item. (plastic krinkling) – Alright, four-inch roll of gauze. Uh, not a whole lot of explanation here. Uh, if the kids get into this
kit, they can use it, like, to TP your trees, but if
you’re actually using it for first aid, it’s great
for, you know, wapping up, wrapping up a wound on
the arm or something. – Wappin’? – Yeah, wappin’. – Wap… – Wappin’ the feshlight. (both laughing) – Can I have the next item, please? – Israeli. – Alright, so we’ve gone
over this in a bunch of the videos, so, uh,
well hell, I’ll open it up. Cody? (plastic crinkling) – Alright, while we’re trying to get… – Mattie, knife me. – (mumbles) this wonderful
piece of equipment open. Alright. – Alright, it’s not as
exciting as (mumbles), but, you know. – Don’t cut yourself. If you do, I’ve got some
stuff for you out there. – (laughing sarcastically) – Alright, so this is Israeli bandages. It’s four inches by, like really long. It’s got the pressure bar. We’ve showed you how to use it before. Cody, arm. Get that part wrapped
around the pressure bar and pull tension and it’ll save
your life, maybe; next item. – You might need a little
more, because of (slapping) Been working out lately. – Let’s leave it to that,
it’s (mumbles) (slapping). – That’s somethin’ else. – There’s your knife, right there. Why’d you even need a knife? So, this, uh, this kit also comes with a, what do we call it, a ka-niff? – Ka-niff, man. And you see what happens. This is what happens when you don’t take care of ’em, right there. – So, it’s a nice, sharp
pocketknife and it comes with a belt clip and all that stuff. So if you’re out in
the woods, and you need to, uh, you know, cut your friend so you can practice the
KwikClot, there you go. Next item, please. – Gloves. I miss finding gloves, okay? These right here, he’s got
stuff we don’t know about, so when I talk to him or I touch him or anything like that, I
always have protection with me at all times. Okay? Gloves. Clarify that. There you go. Next one. – No further explanation needed. – Next one. Triangle. I’m just gonna open it for
you ’cause you’re strugglin’. – I am struggling. Where did that come from? – You just, don’t throw that at me! – Alright. Our director’s getting violent with us. So, triangle bandage. This comes with one triangle bandage and a couple of safety pins
and you generally use this as like an arm sling but you can use it for all kinds of stuff, too. You can, uh, be Little Red
Riding Hood if you want to, or, next item. – (laughing) Now you know what’s he’s
gonna be for Halloween. Mercy blanket. – Alright, mercy blanket. Sometime it’s called a space
blanket or a mylar blanket and if you get out in
the cold, see how this is metalicized so it’ll hold your heat in? Man, these things are so good
you can make a tent out of it if you want to. – Listen, swear to you right now, I went to the ball field the
other day and it was cold. I wrapped that around me. I was warm. (crinkling) I was talking. – Are you cold? – I am, actually, a little bit. – Alright. So, those are really cool. Uh, very cool. (crinkling) Next item, please. Next item. Counter shears for ruining
a really good pair of pants. Alright. (thud) You’re struggling here a
little bit, too, buddy. – Fleshlight. Now scissors. – These things will cut through pennies. Like, seriously, we’ll
have to do a video on that at some point; they’re really
strong scissors, or shears. And you get a pair of ’em with this kit. Next, please. – Scissors. – Give me that first one, there. – Man, we gonna go with this one. – Okay, we alreadly explained this. You get, uh, four
three-by-three gauze dressings. Uh, those are kind of boring. Let’s just get to the next thing. Blood clot four-by-four. Uh, so this is anti-hemostat
dressing and you’d use it on a fairly significant cut or wound and it has agents in it
that’ll stop the bleeding and help clot the bleeding,
and help soak it up and stuff. So you get one of those with it. And that’s the second hemostat
dressing we have with this. The first one was the KwikStop. We also have a Dynarex
hemostat dressing which is pretty much the same thing as the QuikClot with the exception that
the QuikClot is a four-ply and the Dynarex is a one-ply. So it just kinda depends on
how deep your cut it and, you know, how much you’re bleeding. – How deep it is. – What do we have left in that thing? – Alright. We got burn dressing. Yes, you’ll like this one. – Burn dressing? – Hey, look guys. We got our own burn dressing now. See how cool? No, no, no, no! – I was gonna show you
how to use it, but… – No, we don’t need that. – So if you get burned,
this thing’s really cool. So, it’s also a four by four
inch dressing that’s got a whole bunch of cooling gel in it and you apply it to a burn and
you can use some of that four-inch roll gauze to wrap it up with. – Smells pretty good, too. – It’ll make the boo-boo feel better. – Smells pretty good, too. – What else we got in that thing? – Alright, last but not
least, we got another… – Oh, the QuikClot 25 gram pouch. Uh, this is for a pretty
significant wound. In fact, I think for a couple
videos now, we’ve been talking about doin’ a lower leg amputation, right? So why don’t you… – Don’t do it! (whacking) – Yah-yah-ahhh! My leg! – Cody, give me the QuikClot. Quit you’re whinin’. – Ahhh! Ahhhh! – Actually, we’re out of time, guys. We’ll do this on the next video. – Put it back! – (mumbles) warehouse series. Check out gearbags.com. – Ugh! – Cody, get up! – Ow. – Get up! (static) (thumping electronic music) (static) – Oh, we done? – Yeah. – Thank God. Alright, listen, so you,
dude, you got about this close to my leg. I felt it, like, the blades
go right past my leg. – You felt the blade
go right past your leg? – Yeah, I felt it. – How did you feel the blade go right past your leg if
it didn’t touch your leg? – I said, no, I said
it bumped in this way. – You’ve got, like 20-pound
freakin’ cargo pants on. – Because it holds
everything together, dude. If you don’t, dude, everything’s
flopping out of everywhere. You wanna talk Cody about finding Cody. Okay, nope, nope. – Alright, com’ere. You can feel it through your pants. Turn around and tell
me where I’m touchin’. Alright, where’d I do that? – You ain’t touchin’ anywhere. You didn’t touch me at all. – Alright. Turn around. Where was it? You didn’t touch me again. – I did it, didn’t I? Why didn’t you feel it? It went right past your leg. – You didn’t touch me! – I didn’t touch you before. You said, “It went right past my leg.” “You almost cut me.” “I felt it.” I’m Cody Jenkins. I’m the star of ‘dis show. – Don’t say my last name. Now people know how to get to me. Alright, hey, start a fan page, ‘kay? [email protected] – What do you say about some
people thinkin’ he’s the star of the show? Cody? – Listen, alright guys, listen. In comments below, let us know
who the star of the show is. Is it me? Or Randy? Just let us know, guys. Okay? Thank y’all. We’ll see y’all next time. – Get your nasty boot off my fake leg. Alright. – Alright. – Alright. – (whistling) (farting) – Wow. (whistling) Leave that for somebody to clean that up. (static) (thumping)