North American Rescue’s Compressed Gauze is an ultra-compact roll of sterile, high quality 100% cotton gauze that utilizes a unique crinkle weave that has excellent fluid absorption. It is a 6-ply, 4.5” x 4.1 yd. gauze with finished edges to reduce loose ends or lint. The gauze is indicated for the treatment of bleeding and the dressing and bandaging of wounds. NAR’s Compressed Gauze features a proprietary packaging process that ensures the most consistent, low-cube package on the market. The package is a rugged and durable vacuum sealed container with easy-to-open tear notches. The ultra-compact storage size expands once opened to cover larger wound areas. NAR’s Compressed Gauze is an essential item for any medical kit and can be used to control hemorrhage in conjunction with a compression bandage, used as backing gauze for hemostatic dressings or for wound bandaging.
The AMBU SPUR® II BVM - Disposable Resuscitator is the only single use resuscitator that is made from a SEBS polymer instead of PVC. This categorizes the AMBU SPUR® II as environmentally safe and fully disposable, thus eliminating all risk of cross contamination. The AMBU SPUR® II distributes one-hand stroke volumes of 800 ml and 1000 ml with two hands. The AMBU SPUR® II BVM is the standard resuscitator for the Naval Surface Forces.
Compact and powerful, the NAR Tactical Suction Device is designed to effectively evacuate the oropharynx in emergency situations. The device is designed to provide a vacuum force of approx 100 mmHg generated by the rebound of the bulb after each squeeze. Evacuated contents are expelled into a clear collection bag attached to the outlet port. The valve vac’s bag and bulb hold well over 1000mLs. A unique double-valved design allows for continuous operation with one hand. The other hand can then direct the contoured suction tip to prevent tissue damage.
The Tactical Suction Device from North American Rescue is a reliable, simple, rugged, and inexpensive solution for clearing airway obstruction due to bloody fluids or other secretions.