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H&H Medical BCS Bolin Chest Seal

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SKU:
HH-BCS-01
UPC:
7.29011E+12
Weight:
60.00 Grams
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  • For open chest injuries.  
  • A first aid solution that is fast, direct, and effective.
  • The BCS is a sterile occlusive chest wound dressing that treats open pneumothorax. 
  • Prevents tension pneumothorax that results from gunshots, stab wounds, or other penetrating chest trauma.
  • Sterile; not made with natural rubber latex, Expired 2/2018.

 

More Information:
Sucking chest wounds require an emergency first aid solution that is fast, direct, and effective: the H&H Bolin Chest Seal (BCS) is specifically engineered to meet these critical needs. The BCS is a sterile occlusive chest wound dressing for treating open pneumothorax and preventing tension pneumothorax that result from gunshots, stab wounds, or other penetrating chest trauma. The patented (US Patent No. 7,834,231) failure-proof triple-valve design of the BCS allows air and blood to escape while preventing the re-entry of either, thereby eliminating any unwanted gas or liquid exchange at the trauma site. The large (6” diameter), rugged polyurethane disc structure of the BCS can cover practically any size chest trauma site. The temper of the disc prevents any disc wrinkling from occurring during application. In addition, the wound side of the disc is covered with a thick layer of jell-based adhesive, strong enough to not only seal over hair and blood but also flexible enough to be removed and reapplied to the trauma site if required. Package Dimensions: 8″ x 8″ x .25″. Made in USA.

Directions for Use:

Clean and dry area around wound with a sterile gauze sponge.
Remove protective liner from adhesive coated surface.
Place dressing on patient, adhesive side down, with valve directly over wound.
Press base of dressing firmly in place to assure an occlusive seal.