The electronic version operates from its own integral air supply, removing the need for an external pressure source, and both this and the pneumatic version have sensitive leak compensation facilities as well as automatic self diagnostic checks on start up which mean they are calibrated every time they are switched on.
An innovative added safety feature has been incorporated for Bier’s block regional anaesthetic procedures (IVRA): it will simply not be possible to deflate cuffs in the wrong order risking the dangerous release of anaesthetic into the rest of the patient’s body.
Said International Sales Manager Mike Pritchett: ‘We have been supplying high quality tourniquet systems for more than 30 years, but we are never complacent. We have spent the last ? years working with new technologies and materials to take our tourniquet systems to a whole new level.’
And of course the tourniquet machine is not a stand alone item: Anetic Aid also
offers a complete range of tourniquet cuffs and other accessories.
See it on stand F12 in Hall 14 at this year’s Medica along with the QA3 Variable Height Patient Trolley, the QA4 Day Surgery System, a wide range of operation table accessories and quality stainless steel furniture.