The Israeli Bandage is an innovative, combat proven first-aid device used for staunching blood flow from traumatic hemorrhage wounds in pre-hospital emergency situations.
This 6" wide Israeli Emergency Bandage is an all-in-one device consolidating multiple first-aid products. It serves as a primary dressing, pressure applicator, secondary dressing, and features a foolproof closure apparatus to secure the bandage in place. This internationally patented modular bandage is the ideal solution for emergency treatment when every second counts. FDA approved.
The Israeli Emergency Bandage is designed for quick and easy application by professional and non-professional caregivers alike. Minimal training is required to provide effective, multi-functional treatment. Each bandage has a sterile, non-adherent pad that applies pressure to any site, can be easily wrapped and secured, and has an additional application, similar to a tourniquet, to further constrict blood-flow. The Israeli Bandage is renowned for its ease of use, allowing even an injured person to self-apply the bandage with one hand.
Dimensions: Bandage 6" W x 13.5' L, Pad 5.25" x 6.5"
Dimensions: 3" H x 8" W x 1.5" D (packaged)
Weight: 4.5 oz
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These bandages are amazing and you probably wont find them cheaper anywhere else.
I would recommend that everyone have several of these in every corner you can slip on into. They are easy to use, affordable, lightweight, and work well. Do yourself a favor and get a few if you don't already have one. Take them out of the first package, there is another under it. This will speed things up if the bandage should ever need to be used. Great product!
In my opinion, the Israeli Emergency Bandages set the standard for a trauma dressing. The pressure bar which maintains pressure on the wound site is a true stroke of genius.
Having a version of this dressing with a secondary pad available is also a great idea. One dressing can treat both entry and exit wounds.
I have given these dressings to family and friends as gifts. When I give them as gifts, I give them three dressings. One is opened and used as a "trainer" and the other two are kept for emergencies.