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Cardinal Health Disposable Tourniquets

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1" x 18", Blue

SKU 55CH5060
$0.29 Each
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Cardinal Rubber Tourniquets are a strip of cloth or a rubber band wrapped tightly around a leg or an arm to prevent blood flow to the leg or the arm for a period of time. Made of strong, tear-resistant material and offer significant elasticity. For all your strap tourniquets needs, tourniquets are a great option.

Benefits of Rubber Tourniquets

  • Superior elasticity
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Easy to use
  • Blue tourniquet with a finely textured finish
  • Textured surface minimizes slipping


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Cardinal Health Disposable Rubber Tourniquets Features

  • Strong polyisoprene material to prevent breaking
  • Performance engineered to provide optimum compression during the procedure consistently
  • Minimize the risk of cross-infections and the development of nosocomial infections
  • Rubber Tourniquets offer high levels of patient comfort in addition to an optimal hygiene standard
  • Convenient dispenser box with perforation for quick and easy dispensing

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How to use Cardinal Rubber Tourniquets?

  1. Find the source of the bleeding.
  2. Apply pressure.
  3. Position the Tourniquet.
  4. Make a lever you can use to twist the tourniquet tighter.
  5. Tighten the Tourniquet.

Cardinal Health Disposable Tourniquets FAQ

How long can a tourniquet be worn?

A tourniquet should not be left for more than two hours. When applied for a longer time, tourniquets can cause permanent damage to muscles, nerves, and blood vessels.

How quickly should a tourniquet be applied?

It's best not to apply a tourniquet right away. First, apply direct pressure to the wound using an absorbent material for at least 10 minutes. That's how long it will take blood to clot and bleeding to stop. If it does not, then a tourniquet should be used.

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