Tytek Medical design, develop and deliver compact, pre-hospital emergency medical supplies for trauma care. This includes their fully compliant Bleeding Control Stations that can be wall mounted in premises such as schools, malls, transport hubs, religious sites, corporate buildings and sports/entertainment venues.
TyTek Bleeding Control Stations
Our range of time critical emergency medical supplies were engineered for the military and are now available to help with bleeding control in civilian environments. A trauma victim can bleed to death in five minutes, often before even the quickest of emergency services can arrive at the scene. This essential solution educates, equips and empowers you to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.
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Bleeding Control Kits
Each wall mounted Bleeding Control Station contains eight Bleeding Control Kits and a disposable litter. The kits are perforated to ensure that they can be detached and opened quickly and easily. Every second of the Platinum Ten minutes counts (highlighted in recent medical research as the key time in which you can save lives) and this kit will help you to help others.
At the time of this web page being created, the Ptensys Bleed Control Station Kits contained the following items (but please check directly with Tytek for any changes):
|1||Instructions For Use Card|
|2||Pairs of Nitrile Medical Gloves|
|1||Compression Bandage (6")|
|1||Pair of Piranha Trauma Shears|
|1||Permanent Marker Pen|
Many thanks go to Tytek Medical who after hearing about our Control The Bleed campaign kindly supplied 50 free kits to the Daniel Baird Foundation.
To purchase a Tytek Bleeding Control Station, contact them directly via their website HERE.