NAR ARS for Needle Decompression 2x83 mm

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NAR ARS for Needle Decompression 14Gx3,25 in. er en spesialkonstruert kanyle for avlastning av overtrykk i brysthulen ved brystskader.

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NAR ARS for Needle Decompression 2x83 mm.

NAR ARS for Needle Decompression 2x83 mm er en spesialkonstruert kanyle for avlastning av overtrykk i brysthulen ved brystskader.

Settet består av en solid ytre beholder som inneholder en kanyle for penetrering av brystveggen, slik at overtrykk kan avlastes.
  • Strong, reliable needle/catheter: 14 gauge x 3.25 in.
  • Rugged needle/catheter protective tube
  • Easy ID textured twist top with handy clip
  • Easy-open container for quick access
  • Capless flash chamber for immediate confirmation of needle placement
  • Convenient, compact size
De siste anbefalingene fra CoTCCC datert 2/6-2014, anbefaler følgende behandlingstiltak ved åpne brystskader;
 
"All open and/or sucking chest wounds should be treated by immediately applying a vented chest seal to cover the defect. If a vented chest seal is not available, use a non-vented chest seal. Monitor the casualty for the potential development of a subsequent tension pneumothorax. If the casualty develops increasing hypoxia, respiratory distress, or hypotension and a tension pneumothorax is suspected, treat by burping or removing the dressing or by needle decompression".
 
Dimmensjoner:

Pakningen: 14,5 x 1,8 x 2,1 cm.

Nålens størrelse: 2x83 mm.

Vekt: ca. 17 gram.

Produktet krever særskilt opplæring og behandlingsprosedyren krever medisinsk delegering fra ansvarlig lege.

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For the upgraded ARS® for Needle Decompression from North American Rescue, the best minds in the field were applied to the best available data. The result? Our patented design improves the probability of success when managing casualties who present with signs and symptoms of a tension pneumothorax.
To achieve this end, we participated in a two-year collaboration with pre-hospital providers. We continuously analyzed data obtained from ongoing combat operations for patients whose symptoms suggested a collapsed lung (difficulty in breathing, chest drains, etc.). We applied the Analytical Thinking, Evidence-based Medicine and Human Factors engineering model to identify inherent survival stress behaviors.
Then, North American Rescue went one step further. We incorporated failsafe characteristics into the product design. For example, an easy-open container protects the needle from damage during deployment. Also, we removed the flash cap from the needle system to allow immediate confirmation of placement.

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