Quick Release Tourniquet have a “non pinch” action.Maybe quickly applied and removed without discomfort to the patient Available in:
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A tourniquet is a constricting or compressing device, specifically a bandage, used to control venous and arterial circulation to an extremity for a period of time. Pressure is applied circumferentially upon the skin and underlying tissues of a limb; this pressure is transferred to the walls of vessels, causing them to become temporarily occluded. It is generally used as a tool for a medical professional in applications such as cannulation or to stem the flow of traumatic bleeding, especially by military medics. The tourniquet is usually applied when the patient is in a life-threatening state as a result of continuous bleeding.
A stick, a baton or any other elongated but inelastic object is used to support the tourniquet by first tying the stick to the tourniquet. The stick is then twisted to tighten the tourniquet until the bleeding comes to a halt. This is a traditional device which an individual can employ when experiencing a very serious threat. To further improve this device, modern tourniquet systems have been employed for use
Terumo 18 gauge 1.5 inch (40mm) drawing up or mixing needle with a wide bore for easy quick syringe loading. Please note: this pink needle is blunt, and does not have a point.- drawing up needles are designed to draw fluid out of ampoules or bottles, once the liquid is in the syringe, the drawing up needle should be taken off, and replaced with a hypodermic needle.If you need a point on your drawing up needle, to get through a rubber seal at the top of a multi-dose vial,