Mar-Med and Wilderness Medicine

Mar-Med is coming to the WMS 2020 ConferenceMar-Med is excited to be exhibiting for the first time at the Wilderness Medical Society in Sun Valley, Idaho at the end of this month.  After all, what other medical conferences are designed for attendees to ski in...

Balloon Extractor: A Cost-Value Analysis

Clinical Value: Clinicians love the Balloon Extractor device for nasal foreign body removal, but sometimes we hear concern from their facilities about cost.  At about $35 per unit (30% less than the market leader) we feel the Balloon Extractor is a great value. First...

Mar-Med’s Ride on the Green Side

Environmental Sustainability at Mar-Med We at Mar-Med take pride in our popular medical devices, but we put effort into reducing our footprint because we also take pride in Michigan’s environment.  As a manufacturer of medical devices, we generate waste.  This waste...

How the United Kingdom Avoids Finger Amputations

Forgotten digital tourniquets leading to digit amputation is the single greatest risk posed by their use. Covering the digit in gauze before a patient is discharged can hide an inconspicuous tourniquet. Our most persistent competitor in the marketplace are improvised...

Tourni-Cots for Charity – Thumbs Up!

With great healthcare needs around the world, Clinicians are known for doing a great deal of volunteer charity work.  This charity work can often lack the resources for effective care.  Mar-Med wants to help by offering our devices as a charitable donation to any...

Tourni-Cot – #1 for Good Reason

The Tourni-Cot is the world’s most popular digit tourniquet, and clinically that’s for good reason.  Generally speaking, digit tourniquets improve care by creating a bloodless field for procedures on fingers and toes.  A bloodless field allows...
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