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S-CUT QE Emergency Cutting tool- ARASCA
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S-CUT – A tool you can trust every time!
S-CUT is an optimal tool or Emergency cutting tool when it comes for quickly removing clothes to start lifesaving measures. Compared with scissors and knives the S-CUT’s considerably shorten the time for cutting clothes in trauma situations cardiac arrests chemical accidents and hypothermia.
- S-CUT is safe to use. Despite the extreme cutting ability there is no risk of cut injuries neither of patient or rescue staff.
- Originally designed for emergency- ambulance- and rescue teams. S-CUT has now found a place within police- and military correctional- and decontamination personnel.
The Cutting tool S-Cut has been specially developed for those who need to cut through different materials quickly and safely on many different types of occasion.
The security principle of S-Cut builds on the patent pending technique that during several years has been used on corresponding tools intended to emergency rooms ambulances rescue teams and military defense in large parts of the world.
All trauma patients cardiac arrest patients and critically ill patients require clothes to safely and quickly be removed for efficient triage and treatment. Patients with hypothermia sometimes with wet clothes must be handled with great care but still effectively. S-CUT makes it possible to remove clothing in a few seconds without risk to the patient. In the ambulance when a fast iv-cannula and/or vital parameters are required the whole sleeve is cut from the shoulder. The patient is not exposed to cold and continued treatment can be performed in the heated ambulance.
- Length 18 cm
- weight 106 g.
Product Code: S-CUT QE“
is an optimal tool when it comes to start lifesaving measures,
thereby improving the chain of survival by early access of
on the patient’s body by fast removing of clothes.
Compared with scissors and knives, the S-CUT considerably shortens the time for cutting clothes in trauma situations, cardiac arrests,
chemical accidents and hypothermia.
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