Olaes Modular Bandage 4 in Flat Pack Tactical Medical Solutions Trauma Dressing


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The OLAES Modular Bandage is the newest generation of trauma bandages and is advantageous for all levels of care providers. Designed with direct input from some of the most experienced combat medics in the world, no detail has been left out. No other dressing bandage offers so much versatility in such a small package. Cover minor wounds, apply truly effective pressure dressings, apply occlusive dressings, and have the ability to pack severe wounds with one bandage. Features:
Packed with features such as 3 meters of gauze, a removable occlusive plastic sheet behind the trauma dressing pad, and a pressure bar that can also act as an eye cup, the advanced capabilities of the bandage are tucked neatly away and can be utilized if required or simply ignored.
No hooks or clips to confuse or delay care. Velcro 'Control' strips prevent the elastic roll from accidentally unraveling and secure the bandage throughout the application process.
From the adhesive 'brakes' on the elastic bandage that prevent accidental unrolling to the zig-zag packed gauze that easily feeds from the bandage, this is the most comprehensive feature packed bandage available without any added confusion.
The Olaes Modular Bandage significantly offers a simpler and more effective solution in bandage dressing options. The elastic simply requires wrapping where the elastic stays flat instead of turning into a cord. Control of the elastic roll is maintained by the 'Control Strips' should the elastic be dropped.
The unique pressure cup generates true focused pressure on top of the wound site where it is required, not circumferential pressure. The pressure cup can also be removed and used as an eye cup for treatment of ocular injuries as recommended in the new TCCC guidelines.

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