Racheting Medical Tourniquets for Hemorrhage Control

Racheting Medical Tourniquets for Hemorrhage Control

Press Release May 23, 2012

May 16, 2012

WINOOSKI, VT—Racheting Medical Tourniquets (RMTs) are "tactical tools" for hemorrhage control. The m2 Ratcheting Buckle (Gen 3) uses precise mechanical pressure. It is fast, effective and self-locking. Instructions are printed on every RMT. Each model is designed for specific operators (EMS, law enforcement, SWAT, military).

  • Requires only 'gross' motor skills to operate
  • Ratcheting sound when activated
  • Instructions clearly printed on RMT
  • Uses precise mechanical pressure
  • System is self-locking
  • Three versions (tactical, combat & casualty)
  • Proven technology since 2002

For more information visit www.RatchetingBuckles.com, call 802/655-2364 or e-mail info@m2inc.biz.

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