Anetic Aid Ltd

Anetic Aid’s commitment to tourniquet best practice

For several years now, Anetic Aid has been working to promote best tourniquet practice – not least by collaborating with world-renowned surgeon Professor Leslie Klenerman as he wrote a text book on tourniquet good practice for university and college-based medical courses.

The company’s current models are touch-screen, computerised electronic tourniquet systems, complete with automatic leak compensation and automatic alarm signals to ensure that good practice guidelines about the duration of use can be followed and monitored effectively.

See a demonstration at Anetic Aid’s stand no A13 in Hall 14.