TT Course Immediate Care Cases

The Rob Vine Fund supply around 110 Immediate Care Cases which are located at marshaling sites around the TT Course.

The case provides BASIC FIRST AID items for use by Marshals and ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT equipment for use by Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics and Doctors who are also stationed around the course.

As of 2016, each case contains the following equipment:

Pocket resuscitation mask with valve
Oropharyngeal airways [sizes 3 and 4]
A ventilation bag, adult face mask, one way valve and a flxible catheter mount
2 nasopharyngeal tubes [sizes 6 and 7]
Laryngeal mask airways - Nos 4 and 5 with a 50 ml syringe.
Lubricating jelly - 5gm

A Vitalograph hand operated aspirator
Yellow tube mount and 9mm suction tube

 Wound Management
Sterile lint ambulance dressings - 4 x No. 3
Anti-bacterial wipes- 4 sachets
A box of assorted plasters
Gauze swabs - 4 packs of 5
A roll of Transpore adhesive tape. - 2.5cms
Conforming bandages - 2 x 10cms
Release non-adherent absorbent dressings - 2 - 10cms x 10cms
1 Burnshield Hydrogel dressing - 20cms x 20cms

Stifnek select collar
K-Lite Crepe bandages - 2 x 10cms
Triangular bandages - 6
Quick release patient restraint strap for scoop stretcher - 2
A 36inch SAM Splint. - 1

Pre-injection wipes
A tourniquet
500mls of normal saline
A Baxter's I.V. solution administration set.
A size 14G, 16G and 18G I.V. cannula

4  x 23G needles
3 x 10ml syringes

Eye Care
A blue eye bath
25 mls Normasol sachets
No. 16 eye dressing

Latex free gloves - 2 pair large.
Small yellow sharps box
Tuf cut scissors
2 space blankets - adult
1 Instant cold pack for use on soft tissue injuries
Assorted safety pins
3 yellow immediate care report cards and a pen
1 yellow clinical waste plastic bag

 There are NO DRUGS in the orange cases in order to comply with MSA blue book, Regulations, Section F
6.5.2:- "A comprehensive list of drugs is not listed, however the individual Doctor is expected to carry those drugs that they feel are necessary and a supply of analgesic drugs for parenteral and oral administration."
6.5.3:- "Any further drugs and equipment that may be deemed to be appropriate by way of specialist expertise are the responsibility of the individual doctor.

The orange cases have been individually checked and sealed with a yellow plastic security tag. If this is broken then it will indicate that the contents need to be checked against the list on the outside lid of the case. The cases
should only be opened if required and should never be left unsealed. There is a plastic bag of replacement yellow seals in the top tray of the case.
Please remember that the contents of the case were packed to make maximum use of the small space available. Whilst every item can be removed and used in seconds, repacking takes time and patience.

If you use part of the case in treating a casualty then exchange it for a full sealed unit from the helicopter ambulance when it arrives to evacuate the casualty or request the specific item used from the helicopter medics.