Combat Medical Systems,Pulmodyne Control-Cric™ System with Cric-Key™ and Cric-Knife™,medic-packs.

Pulmodyne Control-Cric™ System with Cric-Key™ and Cric-Knife™

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DFB123 6515-01-640-6701

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Combat Medical Systems
$229.00

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Description

The Control-Cric™ is a novel surgical cricothyroidotomy device that is tactically designed and packaged. The result is fast, accurate placement and higher success rates when compared to traditional airway techniques.

Failure to secure an airway is the second leading cause of preventable battlefield death. The Control-Cric™ system is a tactically designed system for performing a cricothyrotomy, resulting in a fast, accurate placement with higher success rates when compared to established airway techniques.

The intuitive design of the Cric-Key™ has a pre-shaped stylet that provides airway confirmation with tactile feel of the tracheal rings. It confirms airway placement through distinct sensory feedback, ensuring proper use by operators with limited surgical skills in challenging environments. A study performed by USA ISR demonstrates a 100% success rate vs. a 66% success rate for traditional surgical airway techniques.

The Cric-Knife’s™ unique scalpel design and integrated trach hook slides down into the incision to ensure proper insertion of the cricothyrotomy tube. The hook makes a distinct “click” sound when it’s in the correct position under the thyroid cartilage and stays in position until the cricothyrotomy tube is fully inserted. Control-Cric™ delivers the confidence to execute a lifesaving surgical procedure when it counts.

Combat Capabilities

  • Fast: Secure a surgical airway in approximately 30 seconds
  • Accurate: confirms airway with tactile feel of the tracheal rings
  • Safe: 100% first-attempt success rate

REFERENCES

1 Eastridge BJ., et al., Death on the battlefield (2001-2011): Implications for the future of combat casualty care. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012 Dec;73(6 Suppl 5):S431-7.

2 Mabry, RL., et al., A comparison of two open surgical cricothyrotomy techniques by military medics using a cadaver model. Ann Emerg Med. 2014 Jan;63(1):1-5.

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