Rescue Essentials IM-PAL®

Rescue Essentials®

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The Rescue Essentials IM-PAL® is an impaled object stability system exclusively designed to quickly stabilize impaled objects with the goal of optimizing patient outcomes. 

Our Rescue Essentials IM-PAL® represents an innovative solution – the first of its kind in its category. Prior to this, no procedure or device has been recommended for stabilizing impaled objects. Consequently, first responders often resort to adapting medical supplies to craft "improvised" stabilizing tools. This process is time-consuming and doesn't always provide a secure hold on the object.



  • Only device specifically designed to secure small to medium impaled objects, such as knives, scissors, etc.
  • Facilitates the development of best practice for stabilizing impaled objects


  • For use on most body surface areas
  • Can be formed into many different angles and positions
  • May be modified to cover and protect embedded debris from road rash or shrapnel


  • Ready to use
  • Simple components that can quickly be positioned
  • Only 3 steps to stabilize object



  1. Hold impaled object to stabilize.
  2. Remove IM-PAL from package.
  3. Conform IM-PAL halves to sides of impaled object, such that longer sections contact object and bases contact patient.
  4. Carefully ensure the angles of both foam devices are positioned closely against the impaled object.
  5. Wrap and secure hook and loop fastener straps around long sections of IM-PAL and object.
  6. Secure IM-PAL bases with tape or elastic wrap to patient's body for transport. (Dry skin if needed.)
  7. Guard IM-PAL and foreign body throughout transport.


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Dimensions: 4.6" H x 4.2" W x 1" D
Weight: 2 oz

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  • 4

    Posted by Randy on 03 11 2024

    I only gave it 4 stars because I haven't used it yet. I have struggled with where to locate sufficient bulky material in an emergency to brace an impaled object. This product appears to solve that problem and fits easily in my tactical first aid kit. I looks like a great product and a great solution.