North American Rescue

6" Emergency Trauma Dressing (ETD)

$8.99
( 1 Review )

The Emergency Trauma Dressing (ETD™) series of bandages are engineered using data from over 63 After Action Reviews (AARs) of real-world battle dressing applications. The ETD™ consists of a resilient elastic wrap equipped with a sterile non-adherent pad, durable securing device and innovative Quick-Grip Roll Control configuration. This combination facilitates a rapid, controlled, and extremely effective application process in the most demanding conditions. The ETD™ can also be used to sling and swath an arm, to secure splints to an extremity or to perform in any other function requiring an elastic wrap.

 

FEATURES 

  • Sterile bandage suitable for applying immediate direct pressure
  • Simple application that is easy to remember under combat/survival stress
  • Omission of pressure bars and hooks to moderate the use of fine motor skills
  • Quick-Grip Roll Control tabs to prevent the bandage from unrolling during application
  • Vacuum-sealed, low-cube packaging with NAR's signature Red-Tip Technology® red tear notches

 

SPECIFICATIONS 

    • SEL#: 09MS-04-BAND

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Sterile bandage suitable for applying immediate direct pressure
  • Multi-functional, all-in-one design
  • Simple application that is easy to remember under combat/survival stress
  • Omission of pressure bars and hooks to moderate the use of fine motor skills
  • Durable securing device
  • Quick-Grip Roll Control tabs to prevent the bandage from unrolling during application
  • Vacuum-sealed, low-cube packaging with NAR's signature Red-Tip Technology® red tear notches
  • Cost effective

DIMENSIONS:

  • Packaged: L 6 in. x W 2.5 in. x D 2.1 in.
  • Bandage: L 70 in. x W 6 in.
  • Weight: 4 oz

 

Current stock: 0

SKU:
NAR-ETD-6

1 Review

5/5
Clay Lennartz Sep 22nd 2020

Emergency Trauma Dressing

These things are AMAZING. I have used them twice. Once on myself, head wound (Plumbing accident) Bleeding profusely, alone. I put the ETD on and had to finish what I was doing. Went to the Urgent Care unit about an hour later. When they took it off, there was virtually no blood on the pad. Bleeding had to have stopped basically instantly. When they checked me, they said that I had responded quickly enough that there was essentially nothing more they could do. They cleaned me, glued me up & sent me home. The other time was at work (I work in a machine shop) A guy sliced his hand, I put an ETD on him & got him to the ER. Again almost no additional blood, but when they took the ETD off, the blood vessel started oozing again and it took over an hour to stop the bleeding their way. Especially given the price, these are my go-to short of a tourniquet.

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