I found this bag at a gun show:
It cost $20, $5 less than the others because it wasn't a proper tactical color. I didn't tell the lady I'd have paid the higher price for either white or International Orange, as this is something I want to be able to find fast.
It opens up to three small compartments in front, and one big in the back:
Pocket One has the "OhGodgetsomethingtostopthebleeding!" stuff:
A CAT tourniquet, two packs of Celox gauze, and a pressure bandage.
Pocket Two has more general stuff:
Gauze pads and roll, alcohol wipes, antibiotic, tape, elastic wrap, band-aids.
Pocket Three doesn't have much:
just burn gel and a couple more gauze pads.
Pocket Four has extras, and stuff that won't fit in the others:
a HyFin chest seal, ace bandages, a surgical stapler and staple remover, a big bandage, and nail clippers.
I'm trying to figure out what I need to add to this, or if I need more of what I have, and how to arrange it for best use (which is a whole other post). This is the stuff that was handy when I cut myself; the two things I really needed were the big gauze pads and tape. In my case, had we been further from medical assistance, those two would've still done the job; had the cut been worse, I'd probably have wound up using all the pads and more tape to control the bleeding. And, as noted previously, I have no sterile saline or anything of the sort for cleaning a wound, which is something I do need to add. Maybe a small bottle would fit in the big pocket?