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North American Rescue 30-0023 C-A-T Combat Application Tourniquet, Rescue Orange

Product ID : 3146244


Galleon Product ID 3146244
UPC / ISBN 739656200907
Shipping Weight 0.2 lbs
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Model NOR300023
Manufacturer North American Rescue
Shipping Dimension 6.69 x 1.69 x 1.3 inches
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Brand North American Rescue
Color Orange
Is Autographed 0
Is Memorabilia 0
Package Quantity 1
Size 1 Pack
UPC 739656200907
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Features

  • Official Tourniquet of the U.S. Army
  • Proven to be 100% effective in occluding blood flow in both upper and lower extremities by the U.S. Army's Institute of Surgical Research
  • Featuring NAR's Red Tip Technology with a red elliptical tip to assist user in locating and threading during application
  • Reinforced windlass clip and highly visible security tab includes a writeable area to record the time of application

Description

The patented C-A-T is a true one-handed tourniquet proven to be 100% effective by the U.S. Army's Institute of Surgical Research. Tests proved that the C-A-T completely occluded blood flow of an extremity in the event of a traumatic wound with significant hemorrhage.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 patented Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T) featuring the proprietary red tip design and the mechanical advantage of a band within a band has been the Official Tourniquet of the U.S. Army since 2005.