This is my review, which is quite nick picky as you brought your medical bag to a different level. Obviously I dont mention stuff like this to most people's bags as they are not to a level where the things I mention are something for them to worry about. So that in itself should show my compliment for your bag. In case it doesn't... Excellent job my friend- I can say that this bag is stocked much better than most bags that army medics keep. I've certainly gone to the field with worse and what I have right now is marginally better, if at all. So here it goes...
Since you could, in theory, handle a total shit fest with this bag you might want to carry a pad as to write stuff down since you could treat multiple people with it. That way when EMS shows up you can track what you've been doing. Also, always good to have pen and paper in an emergency sich'eation.
Left Side. Note the attachment points: no idea what I'm going to do with those yet.
One of them are designed to hold a set of shears, the other usually holds a pen, knife, or gloves if anything. (for me at least)
1 ACE Bandage (which I've removed to help the bag close.
Just it on the bag and zip it up, it's not packed that
The two spare ETDs (From now on Izzys will be known as ETDs as that is the trade name they are headed towards, BTW ETD = emergency trauma dressing) you have under the kerlix will fit into the compartments with the other ETDs, I keep three in mine where you have two. It is a little difficult but you can get em in there. Then you can have space for BP Cuff, stethiscope, or the above mentioned note pad.
2 White 8 Hour Lightsticks
Are you sure those are white? They look like the infa-red kind to me, but I cant see all of them.
On your IV kits I think might have used a bit too much tape holding them together. I used to tape heavy like that but now I use much less tape, never had one fall apart on me. However sometimes with too much tape it's hard to get one apart. I also know they belong to your friend, but this is for everyone else reading's benefit, you might mention it to your friend.
If I were you I know exactly what I would put in that unused pouch...
A superb field medical reference. Your aid bag has medications and many other capabilities than trauma. If you need it for some sort of illness then you might want a reference to help diagnose. For that matter- if it is minor trauma that is giving you trouble a reference will still come in handy.
As soon as I post my aid bag (which sadly will be delayed a few more days, (god damn government computers)) I think that you will find a whole new way to store your pill meds in a more organized fasion and free up that pouch.
Get rid of that backwards flag, Ugh. Brady does that shit too... That patch goes on your right shoulder, one that goes on your bag should be normal. It's a felony for the flag to be on your bag like that. Also...
Get yourself one of these and welcome to the club of London Bridge Stomp II.