NAR ARS for Needle Decompression 2x83 mm

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

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140 på lager i Norge pr. 27/5.
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NAR ARS for Needle Decompression 2 x 83 mm

ARS (air release system) for Needle Decompression 2 x 83 mm er en spesialkonstruert kanyle for avlastning av overtrykk i brysthulen ved brystskader.

Produsert av anerkjente North American Rescue.

NSN: 6515-01-673-1701.
 
Settet består av en solid ytre beholder som inneholder én 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 15/12-2021, anbefaler følgende behandlingstiltak ved åpne brystskader;
 
"Initial treatment of suspected tension pneumothorax:
  • If the casualty has a chest seal in place, burp or remove the chest seal.
  • Establish pulse oximetry monitoring.
  • Place the casualty in the supine or recovery position unless he or she is conscious and needs to sit up to help keep the airway clear as a result of maxillofacial trauma.
  • Decompress the chest on the side of the injury with a 14-gauge or a 10-gauge, 3.25-inch needle/catheter unit".
 
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.

På lager i Norge.

 

 

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