CaseBuy 5-Pack Elastic First Aid Quick Release Medical Sport Emergency Tourniquet Buckle

CaseBuy 5-Pack Elastic First Aid Quick Release Medical Sport Emergency Tourniquet Buckle

CaseBuy 5-Pack Elastic First Aid Quick Release Medical Sport Emergency Tourniquet Buckle



A medical tourniquet designed with patient comfort in mind. one-hand operation allows no pinching, catching or jamming. quick release buckle provides instant removal. latex free and autoclavable.

Feature:
Easy to tighten and loosen with adjustment button
High flexible, latex free cotton ribbon which is gentle on the skin
Buckle Material: Plastic ABS Belt. Material: Cotton material
Size: apporx. 43cm x 2.5cm / 16.93″ x 0.98″

Package includes:
5 x tourniquet: blue,orange,green,purple and red.

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$ 10.90

CaseBuy 5-Pack Elastic First Aid Quick Release Medical Sport Emergency Tourniquet Buckle

  • 100% Brand new and high quality elastic belt
  • Latex free and autoclavable
  • Easy to tighten and loosen with adjustment buckle
  • Can be used to emergency bleeding or other tightening control
  • Set of 5. 100% MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY: We Stand behind of our Products and guarantee to the original purchaser for a period of one-year limited warranty from the original purchase date. If not complete satisfied with your purchase, simply contact CaseBuy seller team to make a replacement or refund request

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This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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