SAM JUNCTIONAL TOURNIQUET

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STABILIZE

SAM® Junctional Tourniquet (SJT) is designed to control hemorrhages and bleeding in inguinal or axilla areas. Where standard tourniquets may not be applicable, SJT can be applied in under 25 seconds, controlling bleeding and immobilizing pelvic fractures.
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TIGHTEN WITH CONFIDENCE

The Patented SAM® AUTO-STOP buckle acts to ensure all slack is removed prior to TCD inflation. Once optimal compressive force is reached, two prongs activate, clicking to confirm correct application. The buckle is secured in place with its Velcro® system strap.

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TARGET COMPRESSION DEVICE

SJT’s Target Compression Device (TCD) quickly inflates with a removable hand pump or any luer lock syringe, minimizing blood loss. Two TCDs can be used to occlude blood flow bilaterally.

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PRODUCT SPECS

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MODELS AVAILABLE **

SJT102: 2 TCD, 1 TCD Extender, 1 Hand Pump and Aux Strap

SJT101: 1 TCD, 1 Hand Pump (No Extender or Aux Strap)

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OPERATING SPECIFICATIONS

Optimal force is reached when 150N of circumferential pressure is attained, which extends prongs from the AUTO-STOP Buckle through the Precision Strap.

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USAISR researchers win Army’s innovation award

Researchers at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research among winners of the 2015 Major General Harold “Harry” J. Greene Award for Innovation for developing SAM Junctional Tourniquet.

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Soldiers getting junctional tourniquet designed to save lives

U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency fielding a new junctional tourniquet, designed to save warfighters from dying on the battlefield after injuries. 

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