Sentinel Chest Trauma Kit




The Sentinel Chest Trauma Kit is a comprehensive set of products that deliver an enhanced level of user confidence and improve casualty outcomes when faced with symptoms of tension pneumothorax, the third leading cause of preventable combat death.1


  • The Kit
    • Easy access kit and rugged packaging protects products
    • Lowest cube claim for complete chest trauma kit
    • Contains highly absorbent non-woven wipe
    • IFAK-friendly
  • Sentinel Chest Seal
    • Dual-vent technology enables simultaneous blood and air release
    • 360° Sentinel 10x™ adhesive base stays in place
    • Transparent layered design allows clear view of wound
  • The Dart Target
    • Simple needle placement guide for responder at any skill level
    • Ensures chest decompression with anatomical precision
  • The Dart
    • Sterile 14-gauge 3.25” tension needle with catheter for chest decompression
    • Thick-walled, uniform catheter — minimizes kinking and adds to first-time decompression success.


  • The Kit
    • Treats tension pneumothorax, the third leading cause of preventable battlefield death1
    • Comprehensive set of tools for managing penetrating chest trauma
    • Reliable treatment for responders at any skill level
  • Sentinel Chest Seal
    • Remains clinically effective in all operational environments with non-water-based adhesive
    • Channel design minimizes vent occlusion and reduces need to manually vent the wound
  • The Dart Target
    • Only proven and effective needle placement guide for chest decompression
    • Ensures chest decompression needle is in the 2nd Intercostal Space, Midclavicular Line
(exceeds the 5th to 95th percentile population range)
  • The Dart
    • Catheter design minimizes risk of collapse in intercostal space and need for additional decompression attempts


  • FDA Registered
    • Single Patient Use
  • 5-Year shelf life
  • Specifications:
    • Unit Dimensions: 6.88”L x 1.0”D
    • Unit Weight: 3 oz.
    • Not made with natural rubber latex
    • 100% Made in USA


1Eastridge BJ, et al., Death on the battlefield (2001-2011): implications for the future of combat casualty care. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012 Dec;73(6 Suppl 5):S431-7.


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