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McKesson Quick Release Tourniquet

Brand: MCKESSON SKU: 63-4418
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14" Length, Blue

SKU 63-4418
$3.65 Each

14" Length, Blue

SKU 63-4418
$39.87 12/Pack
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McKesson Quick-Release Tourniquet is a medical device used to compress a patient's blood vessels to limit blood flow to a particular area of the body. It is commonly used during medical procedures such as blood draws, IV insertions, and injections. The quick-release feature of the tourniquet allows for rapid application and release of pressure, reducing the amount of time the tourniquet needs to be applied. Tourniquets are tight bands that are used to block blood flow to a wound completely. Tourniquets should preferably only be used by first responders skilled in emergency first aid.

Quick Release Tourniquet Benefits

  • Immediate action to control bleeding
  • Excellent first-aid device
  • Durable and reusable
  • Constructed of synthetic silk and terylene
  • One size fits all


Total: $3.65

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McKesson Quick Release Tourniquet Features

  • Designed with a quick-release buckle that allows for fast and easy application and removal
  • Can be operated with one hand, allowing the other hand to be free for other medical tasks
  • Made of high-quality materials, making it durable and able to withstand repeated use
  • The tourniquet is adjustable, allowing for a customized fit and pressure to be applied to the limb
  • Made of latex-free materials, reducing the risk of allergic reactions

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How to use this Tourniquet?

  • Identify the limb that needs to be occluded with the tourniquet.
  • Place the tourniquet around the limb, ensuring that it is not too tight or too loose. The tourniquet should be applied 2-3 inches above the intended site of occlusion.
  • Fasten the tourniquet using the plastic clip. Ensure that it is secure but not too tight.
  • Turn the windlass (the plastic stick) until the desired level of occlusion is achieved. The tourniquet should be tight enough to occlude blood flow, but not so tight as to cause damage to the limb.
  • Once the procedure is complete, or if the tourniquet needs to be released for any other reason, simply press the quick-release button to release the tourniquet.
  • Observe the limb for any signs of nerve or tissue damage. If you notice any signs of damage, release the tourniquet immediately.

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