Next Generation Digit Tourniquet
Universal fitting digital tourniquet that makes it safe and easy to achieve hemostasis on digits.
- One Size Fits All
- Quick Hemostasis
- Easy Application
- Minimize Risks
- Similar Cost to Surgical Glove
- Assembled in the USA
Using the Uni-Cot®
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Mar-Med’s exsanguinating digital tourniquets, Tourni-Cot and Uni-Cot, create a bloodless field for procedures on fingers and toes. A bloodless field allows visualization to improve care, reduce complications and facilitate the use of tissue adhesives. Improvised methods, like using a penrose drain or surgical glove, are known to apply dangerous levels of pressure and even be forgotten in place, sometimes resulting in tissue injury or amputations.
Using the Uni-Cot® is Easy for Fingers and Toes
1) Slide Proximally to apply and exsanguinate.
2) Even compression is achieved once in place.
3) Remove by severing the exterior
Apply with 1 or 2 Hands
Stretches over Wounds
Cases and Use Indications:
Digit lacerations and avulsions – Exploration of foreign bodies and deeper injuries – Nail and nail bed injuries – Elective Procedures and More!
TCU – universal size is used for any size digit.
Uni-Cots come individually packaged, sterile, and are latex free. Mar-Med minimum order is 1 box of 20 units.
Covered by U.S. Patent No. D823,466 and EUROPEAN Patent Nos. 003381789-0001 and 003381789-0002. Other patents pending.
Makes A Difference
Digit tourniquets improve care by creating a bloodless field for procedures on fingers and toes. A bloodless field allows visualization and careful exploration which is critical to wound management. Digit injuries have high complication rates, mostly due to missed injuries with up to 38% of foreign bodies missed on the first visit. Additionally, digit tourniquets are known to facilitate the use of tissue adhesives, simplifying care and reducing visits. Improvised methods can apply dangerous pressure levels and even be forgotten in place, sometimes resulting in amputations.
Mar-Med’s non-pneumatic digit tourniquets exsanguinate during application and constrict vessels once in place, making them quick and easy to use. The Tourni-Cot and Uni-Cot have been proven to provide safe pressure and are designed to be conspicuous to minimize the risk of leaving a tourniquet in place. Mar-Med’s products communicate high quality of care to the patient and cost no more than some improvised methods, like using a sterile surgical glove set.
Uni-Cot Related Literature:
- Reducing Risk in Emergency Department Wound Management; James A. Pfaff, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, et al.
- Reducing Risks of Tourniquets Left on After Finger and Toe Surgery; UK NHS National Patient Safety Agency.
Uni-Cot Tips and Best Practices The video above captures how to use our new Uni-Cot, one-size-fits-all digit tourniquet. Specifically we address the common question about why the Uni-Cot was designed with 3 holes, which relates to how many hands a...read more
Digital Tourniquet Pressure:Clinicians often ask whether Mar-Med’s Tourni-Cot and Uni-Cot digital tourniquet devices apply safe amounts of pressure when in use on a finger or toe. This is an understandable concern in our litigious climate, because...read more
For over 20 years Mar-Med in Grand Rapids, Michigan has offered the Tourni-Cot which has set the bar for achieving safe and easy hemostasis of fingers and toes. Now Mar-Med would like to introduce a new member of the Tourni-Cot digit tourniquet family, the Uni-Cot. ...read more
Mar-Med’s Tourni-Cot and Uni-Cot facilitate the use of tissue adhesive products in digit wound repairs.Clinicians have long sought an efficient method of wound repair that requires little time and minimizes discomfort for their patients, yet produces a good cosmetic...read more
See the one-size-fits-all Uni-Cot in action at Augusta University under the direction of Dr. Larry Mellick in this short video.
Uni-Cot Tips and Best Practices
Tourni-Cot® / Uni-Cot® IFU
Product Literature & Coding
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