Saturday, October 11, 2014

NAR Emergency Trauma Dressing (ETD) Abdominal/Stump



DRESSING, EMERGENCY TRAUMA - 6" ABDOMINAL / STUMP
NSN : 6510-01-541-8121
Date : 2006-3-19






The North American Rescue Emergency Trauma Abdominal/Stump dressing is the latest in the NAR series of Emergency Trauma Dressings (ETD). The Abdominal/Stump ETD is an ideal for dressing abdominal evisceration, traumatic amputations, burns and large pattern wounds. Engineered using data from over sixty-three after action reviews of real-world battle dressing applications, the Abdominal/Stump ETD consists of a resilient elastic wrap equipped with a 12" x 12" 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 of 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.
Research indicated several integral criteria: 
The NAR Emergency Trauma Dressing Features 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, and is very cost effective. The resulting trauma dressing design combines ease of use, consistent performance and multi-functional capabilities that meet or exceed user expectations. 

NAR ETD bandages are also available widths of 4" and 6"
Dimensions: 
6"” x (12" x 12"” pad) x 70"



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