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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...

Video – Uni-Cot Tips and Best Practices

Uni-Cot Tips and Best Practices The video above captures how to use our new Uni-Cot, one-size-fits-all digit tourniquet.  Specifically we address the common question about why the Uni-Cot was designed with 3 holes, which relates to how many hands a clinician has...

Mar-Med’s Digital Tourniquets: Great Under Pressure

Digital Tourniquet Pressure: Clinicians often ask whether Mar-Med’s Tourni-Cot and Uni-Cot digital tourniquet devices apply safe amounts of pressure when in use on a finger or toe.  This is an understandable concern in our litigious climate, because excessive pressure...

Introducing the Uni-Cot

Uni-Cot - Digit Tourniquet For over 20 years Mar-Med in Grand Rapids, Michigan has offered the Tourni-Cot which has set the bar for achieving safe and easy hemostasis of fingers and toes. Now Mar-Med would like to introduce a new member of the Tourni-Cot digit...

Digital Tourniquets and Tissue Adhesives

Mar-Med’s Tourni-Cot and Uni-Cot facilitate the use of tissue adhesive products in digit wound repairs.  Clinicians have long sought an efficient method of wound repair that requires little time and minimizes discomfort for their patients, yet produces a good cosmetic...
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