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Official Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T) Gen 7 of the U.S. Army.
6" Israeli Bandage with pressure applicator that creates an immediate direct pressure to the wound site.
Celox Rapid gauze stops severe arterial bleeding with only one minute of compression applied*. This saves valuable time in an emergency as well as reducing blood loss.
A must have combination in every first aid kit, includes: Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T), 6" Israeli Bandage, and Celox Rapid Gauze.
The C-A-T® utilizes a durable windlass system with a patented free-moving internal band providing true circumferential pressure to the extremity. Once adequately tightened, bleeding will cease and the windlass is locked into place. A hook and loop windlass retention strap is then applied, securing the windlass to maintain pressure during casualty evacuation. The C-A-T®’s unique dual securing system avoids the use of screws and clips which can become difficult to operate under survival stress or where fine motor skills are compromised.
The Emergency 6” Bandage consolidates numerous treatment equipment into a single unit:
Non-adherent pad - eliminating the risk of causing pain and having the wound re-opened upon removal of the bandage.
Pressure Applicator - creating the immediate direct pressure to the wound site.
Secondary Sterile Dressing - keeping the wound area clean and maintaining the pad and pressure on the wound firmly in place, including immobilization of the injured limb or body part.
Closure Bar - enabling closure and fixation of the Emergency Bandage at any point, on all parts of the body: no pins and clips, no tape, no Velcro, no knots.
Quick and easy application and Self-application - designed with the end-user in mind; for the first-aid trained and the lay care-giver.
RAPID stabilization of hemorrhage is critical to reducing blood loss and associated morbidity in uncontrolled bleeding.
Current hemostats require at least three minutes of compression during which time significant blood loss may occur. There is a need for a hemostat that can control bleeding in a shorter time and yet is easy to use, easy to carry and affordable.