Simple. Better.  Disposable devices for emergency medicine, orthopedic surgery and more.

Featured From Our Family of Products

30 years ago Mar-Med introduced the Tourni-Cot, the original and #1 selling digital tourniquet.  Now we offer digital tourniquets, a nasal foreign body remover, a cutaneous drain and more.


Digital Tourniquet
(4 sizes)


Digital Tourniquet
(universal size)

Balloon Extractor

Nasal Foreign Body Remover


Cutaneous Abscess & Cyst Drain

Latest News


ER Cast’s Dr. Robert Orman Stopped by the Mar-Med Booth at ACEP 2019

Click the video above to see Dr. Rob Orman interview the VP of Sales and Marketing for Mar-Med at ACEP 2019 about all the new devices. 



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The Tourni-Cot Digital Tourniquet by Mar-Med

 Mar-Med's Tourni-Cot Digital Tourniquet For over 20 years the Tourni-Cot has set the bar for achieving safe and easy hemostasis of fingers and toes.  Mar-Med in Grand Rapids, Michigan has received praise for the Tourni-Cot from top institutions and...

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Derma-Stent Clinical Trial Pictures

Pictures from Mar-Med's Wayne State University Trial Displayed below are images captured from a clinical trial using the Derma-Stent cutaneous drainage device. The clinical trial was recently completed by Aaron Brody, MD, MPH at Wayne State...

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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...

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