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The CAT Tourniquet fits the recently released guidelines issued by the Australian Resuscitation Council for the use of military style tourniquets in life threatening arterial  bleeding.

Do the Maths – You need to help yourself, not wait for help

Do the maths, 5 to 6 liters of blood in the body. Heart beats 70 times a minute and ejects about 70 mls of blood.

That equals 4.9 litres of blood circulated by the heart each minute. So your heart can eject your entire blood volume in minutes from arterial bleeding. Yes I understand the variables, but the principle remains the same.

 

CRAIG NOLAN

“We can provide you with a free e-book and importantly training and instruction in how to use the Combat Application Tourniquet”.

Combat Application Tourniquet

“We use these in First Aid Clases and we show you how effective they are at occluding blood loss

The Australian Resuscitatiuon guidlines now recommends the use of a military style torniquets like the CAT tourniquet ”

The Fastest, Safest, Most Effective Prehospital Field Tourniquet

  • Proven to be 100% effective in occluding blood flow in both upper & lower extremities by the U.S. Army’s Institute of Surgical Research
  • NEW Single Routing Buckle for faster application, decreased blood loss, effective slack removal, fewer windlass turns, and simplified training with single protocol application standards
  • Includes reinforced windlass, stabilization plate, windlass clip and writeable windlass security strap

“So you can help yourself, you need to learn the one- handed application of the CAT Tourniquet”

“Imaging you or someone has minutes before you bleed out. You have never made a tourniquet before and now you are going to fashion something that works in the next few minutes.what do you think? Better to have the real thing at hand ”

CRAIG NOLAN

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Craig Nolan
Craig Nolan is an educator and manager with overall responsibility for the implementation of the International Paramedic College Group’s training, strategy, initiatives and expansion. Craig is a former Intensive Care Paramedic and Educator with The Ambulance Service of NSW and he is an active Committee member of Paramedics Australasia, the peak body for Paramedics in Australia and New Zealand.

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