H&H H-Bandage 8”x10” Flat Fold Combat Compression Dressing
- 122.00 Grams
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- H-Bandage 8”x10” Flat Fold Combat Compression Dressing.
- Provides a fast, effective tool for traumas involving arterial bleeding in extremities.
- Combines a 8" x 10" thick abdominal pad with a strong elastic strap.
- For one-handed use under any condition.
- Designed for first responders, military, and law enforcement.
- The H-Bandage provides a fast, effective tool for all kinds of serious traumas and injuries involving arterial bleeding.
- Military grade and battle tested. Sterile and vacuum sealed.
- Package Dimensions: Flat Fold 4" x 10.5" x 1"; Rolled 3.5" x 8.75" x 2".
The H-Bandage is the latest in Universal Severe Trauma Dressings. An upgrade to the patented combat dressing Cinch Tight, the H-Bandage gives medics and field personnel both an emergency dressing and a hemostat for arterial bleeding and hemorrhaging in limbs. The H-Bandage’s unique design allows for one-handed use under any condition. Designed for first responders, military, and law enforcement, the H-Bandage provides a fast, effective tool for all kinds of serious traumas and injuries involving arterial bleeding.
The unique design of the H-Bandage, with its 8″ thick abdominal pad and the unique 5 foot elastic wrap designed for both strength and flexibility along with the H-shaped cinch sewn into the bandage, allows it to satisfy multiple field needs. The H-shaped cinch allows for direct pressure to be applied directly on top of a wound, increasing compression and reducing blood loss.
H&H BANDAGE TEST RESULTS
Clinical tests for arterial bleeding have indicated that the H-Bandage is successful in acting as a hemostat for arterial bleeding in limbs. The testing summary stated:
“The result of this experiment makes it reasonable to suggest that the H-Bandage is a suitable design to enable it to be used as an effective packed-focal pressure dressing for the control of non-amputation peripheral artery limb hemorrhage in soldiers on the battlefield.”
The following video demonstrates how to use the H-Bandage: