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Junctional Emergency Treatment Tool™ (JETT®)

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The Junctional Emergency Treatment Tool™ (JETT®) includes two pressure devices in a single tool, allowing for simultaneous occlusion of blood flow to both lower limbs (bilateral) with an easy to apply, pre-assembled, ready-to-use belt solution. The unique design of the...

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The Junctional Emergency Treatment Tool™ (JETT®) includes two pressure devices in a single tool, allowing for simultaneous occlusion of blood flow to both lower limbs (bilateral) with an easy to apply, pre-assembled, ready-to-use belt solution. The unique design of the JETT® allows for patient transport while the device is in place and includes a lanyard and toggle solution to ensure that the Windlass Axle does not loosen due to vibration or bumps during transport.

 In cases where there are bilateral injuries, the JETT® offers a simple, safe solution for occluding blood flow to both lower extremities. This expanded capability is built into every JETT®, meaning that with standardized application training the device will be pre-positioned for rapid bilateral deployment whether applying for a unilateral or bilateral injury.

High extremity wounds in the thigh/groin region where tourniquets cannot be placed or are less effective require equipment such as the JETT® to stop the bleeding and potentially save the life of a casualty that would otherwise bleed out in minutes. Penetrating trauma, blast injuries and amputation are examples of injuries that may require treatment with this device.

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