EverGuard Traction Device Splint - Color

EverGuard Traction Device Splint - Color

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EverGuard Traction Device Splint - Color

EverGuard Traction Splint is the same type item as Kendrick Traction Device (KTD).  You'll never need to roll your patient or raise their leg when applying. Unlike other traction devices, only the traction device allows the ability to work around any hip or groin trauma. Furthermore, there is no ischial bar to deal with, so any concerns of causing unnecessary pressure and additional pain are not an issue. A single person can properly apply the traction device in less than one minute. The traction pole instantly adjusts for adult or pediatric use!b  Comes complete with a convenient 9 1/2" wide by 3 1/2" tall storage pouch & easy-to-follow instructions. Weighing in at less than 20 ounces, you can easily carry a traction device in your trauma box, jump bag or first aid kit!   

Designed to be carried in a trauma box, jump bag or first aid kit, this traction splint is especially practical for wilderness rescue, ski patrols, SWAT medics and military field medics. 

Note: Video is a different brand, video is just showing how the device type works.

Traction Device Splint Features:

  • Color: Multi colored
  • Suitable for Adult & Pediatric patients
  • Case included (Black)
  • Reusable

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  • 4
    Great product, wrong color

    Posted by Curtis Watson RN BSN on 12th Jul 2019

    This 'Kendrick style' traction splint is identical in every way I can determine to the more expensive versions of the same product I have used in the past. My only issue is not with the device itself but with the fact that I ordered the Color version and recieved all black. This is not a major issue and will not affect my use of this company to purchase supplies in the future.

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