Combat Application TourniquetTM (Pat. Pending) The C-A-TTM is

Combat Application TourniquetTM (Pat. Pending) The C-A-TTM is

Combat Application TourniquetTM (Pat. Pending) The C-A-TTM is Delivered in Its One-Handed Configuration Free-running end of the Self-Adhering Band passed through the buckle forming a loop for the arm to pass through. This is the recommended carrying configuration.

Anatomy of a C-A-TTM The Combat Application TourniquetTM (C-A-TTM) (Patent Pending) is a small and lightweight one-handed tourniquet that completely occludes arterial blood flow in an extremity. The C-A-TTM uses a Self-Adhering Band and a Friction Adaptor Buckle to fit a wide range of

extremities combined with a one-handed windlass system. The windlass uses a free moving internal band to provide true circumferential pressure to an extremity. The windlass is then locked in place; this requires only one hand, with the Windlass ClipTM. The C-A-TTM also has a Hook-and-Loop Windlass StrapTM for further securing of the windlass during patient transport.

Two-Handed Application to a Leg Step 1: Route the Self-Adhering Band Around the Leg And pass the free-running end of the band through the inside slit of the friction adaptor buckle.

Two-Handed Application to a Leg Step 2: Pass the Band Through the Outside Slit of the Buckle Utilizing the Friction Adaptor Buckle which will lock the band in place.

Two-Handed Application to a Leg Step 3: Pull the Self-Adhering Band Tight And securely fasten the band back on itself. Two-Handed Application to a Leg

Step 4: Twist the Rod Until bright red bleeding has stopped Two-Handed Application to a Leg

Step 5: Lock the Rod in Place With the Windlass ClipTM Two-Handed Application to a Leg Hemorrhaging is Now Controlled.

You can attend to other injuries or casualties. Two-Handed Application to a Leg Step 6: Secure the Rod With the Strap Grasp the Windlass StrapTM, pull it tight, and adhere it to the opposite hook on the Windlass ClipTM

Two-Handed Application to a Leg The C-A-TTM Is Ready For Transport

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