Inspired by a mission focused on minimizing preventable death at home and abroad by providing top-quality products optimized for a broad range of end-user environments, Tactical Medical Solutions, Inc. develops, supplies, and manufactures innovative tactical and medical equipment. Feedback from experienced tactical / medical professionals is integrated into all of their products, and trust is forged into each product through rigorous testing in the harshest, toughest environments on Earth. Representing the newest generation of trauma bandages, the Tactical Medical Solutions, Inc. OLAES Modular Bandage is a direct result of the company’s faith and reliance upon the expert opinions of the professionals who influence their design-related decisions, which culminates into overwhelming amounts of versatility packed into a small package.
The latex-free Tactical Medical Solutions, Inc. OLAES Modular Bandage is the most comprehensive, feature-packed bandage available: Use it to cover minor wounds, apply effective pressure dressings, apply occlusive dressings, and pack severe wounds with one bandage. No detail has been spared in its immaculate design, including zig-zag-packed gauze that easily feeds from the bandage.
The Tactical Medical Solutions, Inc. OLAES Modular Bandage’s versatility is virtually unmatched: It is equipped with three meters of sterile, four-ply gauze, a removable, occlusive, plastic sheet located behind the dressing pad, and a unique pressure cup that generates true, focused pressure on top of the wound site where it is required, not circumferential pressure like an ineffective tourniquet. The pressure cup can also be removed and used as an eye cup for treatment of ocular injuries, as recommended in the new TCCC guidelines.
It lacks any degree of cumbersomeness, as it does not have any hooks or clips that may confuse, hinder, or delay care. Safeguards have been implemented, too, as Velcro “control” strips effectively prevent the Tactical Medical Solutions, Inc. OLAES Modular Bandage’s elastic roll from accidentally unraveling, all while securing the bandage during the application process. The bandage is available in either four-inch or six-inch lengths and in a single-box quantity or in a case of 100.