Intraosseous Infusion System
When resuscitation is in progress, the ability to deliver fluid and medication—quickly and effectively—can be essential. Normal peripheral intravenous (IV) access is the traditional choice, yet IV access times and the ability to start an IV can vary greatly depending on the responder, the environment, and the situation. And if a patient is in hypovolemic shock or cardiac arrest, the challenge of starting an IV grows that much greater. Intraosseous (IO) infusion can offer a critical alternative.
The FAST1® Intraosseous Infusion System from Pyng is the first FDA-cleared IO system designed specifically for use in the sternum during adult and adolescent emergency intervention. When normal peripheral intravenous access fails, FAST1® helps emergency care providers—in a hospital or during pre-hospital response—quickly establish vascular access and administer emergency fluids and medications safely and effectively through the bone marrow of the manubrium. FAST1® is safe to use in patients 12 years of age and older and can be used during CPR when a cervical spine collar is in place.
Any fluids or medications that can be administered by the IV route also can be administered by IO. As an accepted standard of care and treatment modality, IO infusion is endorsed by the American Heart Association, Advanced Trauma Life Support, and Advanced Cardiac Life Support courses, as well as the European Resuscitation Council. IO is also taught as part of military medicine training and Tactical Combat Casualty Care guidelines.
•Direct: Quickest route to the heart of any IO access device and peripheral IV
•Fast: Delivers medication two to three times faster than tibial IO
•Precise: Exact placement every time
•Safe: Automatic depth control for safe delivery above the lungs and heart
•Easy: Simple to use
•Sterile: Single-use, disposable product with no risk of cross-contamination
•Flexible: Soft, low-profile, secure tubing
•Sleek: Lightweight design allows portability in medic packs
The next generation of IO has arrived.
Time is of the essence. Rapidly administering fluid and medication during resuscitation can be critical, but sometimes normal peripheral intravenous (IV) access is not an option. Alternatives like central venous catheterization or venous cut-down are time-consuming and challenging in the best of situations, and most pre-hospital and hospital medical personnel are not equipped or trained to perform these procedures. Intraosseous (IO) infusion can be the answer.
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FASTx™ Sternal Intraosseous Device from Pyng is the next generation of IO, giving emergency care providers the critical ability to quickly establish vascular access when normal peripheral intravenous access fails. FASTx™ Sternal IO enables users to rapidly and easily deliver emergency fluids and medications into the vascular system through the bone marrow of the manubrium. Safe to use in patients 12 years of age and older, FASTx™ can be effectively used during CPR and when a cervical spine collar is in place.
Any fluids or medications that can be administered by IV can also be administered by IO. As an accepted standard of care and treatment modality, IO infusion is endorsed by the American Heart Association, Advanced Trauma Life Support, and Advanced Cardiac Life Support courses, as well as the European Resuscitation Council. IO is also taught as part of military medicine training and Tactical Combat Casualty Care guidelines.
•Fast: Vascular access within 10 seconds; fluids and medications to the heart in 30 seconds
•Safe: Automatic depth control prevents over-penetration
•Effective: Delivers fluids and medications as quickly as a central line, with shorter access time
•Efficient: Can be inserted during other resuscitation procedures
•Multipurpose: Can deliver any fluids or medications that can be delivered via IV
•Versatile: For use in adolescents from 12 years of age and older
•Sterile: Designed for single, sterile use—no cross-contamination
•Secure: Flexible tubing with subcutaneous portal; strain-relief target foot ensures line does not dislodge
•Adaptable: Can be inserted in moving ambulances, aboard helicopters, and on stretchers
•Easy: Skill mastery within minutes; skill retention not dependent upon frequent practice or use
On-the-spot pelvic stability.
Approximately 20,000 pelvic fractures are reported in the United States annually. Up to 15% of these are “open-book” fractures—a significant source of blood loss and, if untreated, an injury with a mortality rate as high as 85%. Outside of a surgical environment, achieving ideal stabilization and reducing pain for an open-book pelvic fracture patient has been an extraordinary challenge. Until now.
The T-POD® Pelvic Stabilization Device from Pyng is a rapid and effective device for treating pelvic trauma, pain, and bleed-out while preventing loss of life. With its patented circumferential tightening mechanism, T-POD® is the only external fixation device shown in independent clinical studies to be equivalent to a surgical procedure in achieving stabilization, while also mitigating patient discomfort. T-POD® is used extensively by civilian first responders in motor vehicle accidents and by medics on the battlefield, especially in incidents involving improvised explosive devices.
•Complete: Specially engineered pulley system ensures even pelvic compression and stabilization
•Easy: Single-handed tightening with no straining
•Adjustable: One size fits most physiologies, easily trimmed for custom fit; two can be secured together for obese patients
•Flexible: Non-metal fabric belt
•Compatible: 100% radiolucent, X-ray, CT, and MRI compatible
Saving limbs. And lives.
When a tourniquet is needed in an emergency situation, only one result matters—how fast it can stop the bleeding.
Initially developed for the U.S. Department of Defense as the MAT®, E-MAT™ is now available for the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) market with its new, bright, safety orange color. Providing quick visual confirmation that a tourniquet is in place, E-MAT™ has all the same award-winning features as the MAT®.
The E-MAT™ Tourniquet from Pyng is a versatile and efficient tourniquet, providing fast application and simple and effective one-handed operation. Stops blood loss with complete occlusion in about 30 seconds. It is lightweight, compact and easy to recognize in a medical bag.
In three independent studies by the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps that compared tourniquet products and methodologies, MAT® performance was ranked first for stopping blood flow, the primary clinical outcome a tourniquet is supposed to deliver.
MAT® won the IDSA’s Gold Award for Best Medical Product Design of 2006 and received silver for Design of a Decade in 2010. In 2007, MAT® was also a finalist for the highly prestigious INDEX Award for best medical product in the world.
•Fast: application and blood-flow occlusion in under 30 seconds
•Safe: compression can be applied in small, controlled increments
•Easy-To-Use: designed for all levels of medical personnel and can be quickly taught to non-medical personnel
•Effective: provides 100% blood flow occlusion (as measured by Doppler, BP and Oximeter sensors)
•Efficient: can be applied with one hand
•Multi-Purpose: the open C-Cuff design allows E-MATTM to be applied to both arms and legs, including trapped limbs
•Versatile: can be used on limbs as small as a 4” diameter forearm to a 39” circumference thigh
•Rapid Release: easy release and/or re-application in 10 seconds or less
•Secure: Mechanical Advantage ratchet system ensures that tourniquet does not slip or loosen
•Light-Weight: weighs under 5 ounces and comes vacuum packed
•Durable: operates in extreme and adverse conditions such as mud and grime submersion, water submersion, sand submersion, extreme cold, ice-encrustment and hard surface (concrete) impact
Saving limbs. And lives.
When a tourniquet is needed in an emergency situation, only one result matters—how fast it can stop the bleeding. And only one tourniquet’s performance in that critical outcome has been ranked first in recent U.S. military studies.
The MAT® Tourniquet from Pyng is a versatile and efficient tourniquet, providing fast application, simple and effective one-handed operation. Stops blood loss with complete occlusion in about 30 seconds. Designed to be self-administered by individual military personnel or civilians—as well as used by medical personnel—it is the only tourniquet that meets all U.S. Department of Defense performance requirements.
MAT® provides consistent superior occlusion efficacy, speed of application, ease of use, and modulated constriction, which saves lives and limbs. And in three independent studies by the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps that compared tourniquet products and methodologies, MAT® performance was ranked first for stopping blood flow, the primary clinical outcome a tourniquet is supposed to deliver.
Initially developed for the U.S. Department of Defense, MAT® has been adopted by emergency first responders and law-enforcement agencies around the world. MAT® won the IDSA’s Gold Award for Best Medical Product Design of 2006 and in 2007 was a finalist for the highly prestigious INDEX Award for best medical product in the world.
•Saving trapped limbs: Completely adjustable to fit on any trapped limb to safely provide arterial occlusion
•Simple application: Quick, one-handed application—ratchet system prevents tourniquet from slipping backward and loosen hold
•Rapid release: Designed for rapid release and reapplication on the same patient; routinely applied start to finish in 10 seconds or less
•Effective and trusted: The ability to quickly and efficiently stop bleeding has returned the tourniquet to prominence within the emergency medical tool kit; its effectiveness is once again recognized by the medical community
Clear the way.
The most common causes of death on the battlefield in order of frequency are: 1. Catastrophic injury (instant death), 2. Hemorrhage, and 3. Airway/Ventilation issues. As such, "airway issues" (or airway trauma) are the second leading causes of "preventable death" on the battlefield.
A cricothyroidotomy provides a standard procedure for securing a patient's airway, but current methods require at least three distinct medical instruments—scalpel, retractor, and insertion tube—and in many cases, a light source is also necessary. This makes the procedure extremely difficult to perform outside of a hospital setting, particularly on the battlefield. Yet there is a solution.
The CRIC™ Cricothyroidotomy System from Pyng is an easy-to-use, ergonomically designed system that incorporates all the necessary instruments—including a depth-controlled scalpel—for establishing an airway in civilian or military casualties suffering from facial, jaw, or upper-neck injuries. Lightweight and handheld, CRIC™ is specifically designed to meet the needs of the U.S. military as a standard piece of equipment for use by medics as they work to save lives under extraordinarily difficult conditions.
•Complete: Includes depth-limited extension scalpel, automatic direct-insertion tissue spreaders, and onboard visible spectrum and infrared LED lighting
•Safe: Automatic scalpel depth control—extension is limited to 12mm—minimizes risk of tracheal posterior wall penetration; scalpel auto-retracts when tissue spreaders are actuated
•Sterile: Single use, with no risk of cross-contamination
•Simple: Easy-to-perform, one-handed airway option
•Effective: Automatic tissue spreaders with integrated tracheal hooks help to ensure that the airway is not lost during the procedure