GI Gen 7 (CAT) Combat Application Tourniquet
Having the right tools at your reach can make all the difference in life-threatening situations and emergencies. The GI Gen 7 (C-A-T) Combat Application Tourniquet is an unparalleled one-handed application tourniquet trusted by both conventional and Special Operation forces, and here's why it stands out: With dimensions of just L 6.5 in. x W 2.4 in. x D 1.5 in. when packaged, and an open length of 37.5 in., this tourniquet is compact and easy to carry, ensuring it's always within reach when you need it most. Weighing in at a mere 2.7 oz, it will not weigh you down during critical missions.
- True, one-handed application tourniquet
- Used by both conventional and Special Operation forces
- Dimensions: Packaged: L 6.5 in. x W 2.4 in. x D 1.5 in. Open Length: 37.5 in. Weight: 2.7 oz.
- Reinforced windlass clip & highly visible security tab includes a writeable area to record the time of application.
- Official Tourniquet of the U.S. Army.
- U.S. Patent Nos. 7,842,067 and 7,892,253.
- NSN: 6515-01-521-7976
- Made in USA
The GI Gen 7 (CAT) Combat Application Tourniquet boasts a reinforced windlass clip and a highly visible security tab with a writeable area. This feature allows you to record the precise time of application, aiding in more accurate medical intervention. In high-pressure situations, every second counts, and this tourniquet helps you maintain control. As the official tourniquet of the U.S. Army, this device has undergone rigorous testing and earned the trust of our nation's most elite fighting forces. When it comes to a piece of life-saving equipment, you can't get a more powerful endorsement than that. With its innovative features and patented technology, this tourniquet is your go-to tool for ensuring the safety and well-being of those in your care. When lives are on the line, trust in the official tourniquet of the U.S. Army.
- Any traumatic injury, to prevent death due to life-threatening hemorrhaging in wounds amenable to treatment with a tourniquet
- Any life-threatening venous or arterial bleeding which is uncontrolled by standard management
- To stop major hemorrhaging when the cause or location cannot be immediately determined, or when the provider is required to manage other patients or situations