Latex Free Tourniquet (Non-Sterile) For Toes and Fingers - 25 Pack

Plastic ring for stemming blood flow which can be easily applied to the digit by rolling over the toe. 25 packs of the same chosen size. Non-sterile pack.


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Product Description

Algeos Latex-Free Toe Tourniquets, can also be used on fingers.

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Toe Tourniquet Features:

    • Disposable, latex-free medical device Class I for professional use.
    • Nearly instant Haemostasis.
    • Made of medical high polymer thermoplastic elastomer.
    • Usage instructions on each tag, which is also used to safely remove the tourniquet from the digit.
    • Individually packed, available in four bright colours and diameters.
    • Diameter sizes: 1.7cm, 2.2cm, 2.5cm, 2.7cm.
    • CE certified.
    • Easy application to the digit by rolling over the toe.
    • Label with instructions to guide use.
    • Can be sanitised/sterilised.
    • 25 individually packed, of the same chosen size.


Toe Tourniquets typical Use in Podiatry

Most nail surgical procedures require the use of a tourniquet. The nail bed, being a very vascular structure, needs to be exsanguinated at the start and then a tourniquet needs to be secured at the base.

Professional nail surgery requires a complete knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the nail unit. Nail structure peculiarities make nail surgery more complicated and prone to bleeding and scarring.

When to Use Toe Tourniquets?

    • Digit lacerations and avulsions
    • Nail and nail bed injuries
    • Elective procedures
    • Exploration of foreign bodies and deeper injuries

How to get the tourniquet ready for surgery

    • Tourniquets, like the instruments used in surgical procedures, need to be appropriately disinfected following disinfection procedures used in the clinic.
    • Skin also needs to be disinfected prior to the procedure.