Through the use of Surgical Tourniquets, doctors are able to work in a bloodless environment

Published Jul 21 


Anjali Pawar
By Anjali Pawar

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A tourniquet is a constricting or compressing tool used to regulate venous and arterial circulation. By stopping the flow of blood to a specific area of the body, surgical tourniquets allow doctors to work on that area skillfully. Surgical tourniquets are applied during accidents to stop the blood loss that could lead to death. The use of tourniquets is widely accepted in orthopaedic, limb, and even cosmetic surgery.

Through the use of Surgical Tourniquets, doctors are able to work in a bloodless environment

There are several variables, including a high rate of slip-and-fall incidents and orthopaedic procedures, an ageing population, an increase in government initiatives, and a strong need for Surgical Tourniquets in military medical applications. The market is driven by developments in technology such as sterile disposable tourniquets, a rise in government initiatives, and an increase in the prevalence of digestive problems.


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