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T-PODResponder Pelvic Stabilizationteleflex logo

Rapid and effective pelvic stabilization with one-hand application

When seconds count, you need the most effective and reliable pelvic fracture treatment available there does not have to be removed for MRI, X-Ray or CT scans. The T-PODResponder pelvic stabilization device is specifically designed to provide stabilizing symmetrical and circumferential compression.

 

T-PODResponder is a specialized pelvic sling, developed to make the job of binding the pelvis more effective and easier to accomplish. It is the only pelvic sling to offer simultaneous circumferential compression, through its patented Mechanical Advantage pulley system. T-PODResponder easily draws the pelvic ring closed without straining and holds the pressure evenly while it is in use – and ensures safe, balanced, pelvic compression.

 

When treating a pelvic injury or significant pelvic pain, T-PODResponder is a fast, simple, effective, and non-invasive lifesaving device. By using simultaneous circumferential compression and secure closure, TPODResponder can hold the pelvic ring closed for up to 48 hours without loss of pressure. Reduced blood loss and reduced pain mean fewer complications and shorter hospital stays.

 

One person can apply
Designed with an easy-to-tighten pulley system, T-PODResponder can be applied by one person in the field.

 

One size fits all
You can customize the fit of T-PODResponder for nearly any size person over 23 kg.

 

100% radiolucent
T-PODResponder is designed without the use of metal so it does not have to be removed for MRI, X-Ray and CT scans.

 

Compact and lightweight
Designed to better fit into your emergency bag.

 

Using a unique mechanical advantage pulley system
T-PODResponder ensures simultaneous, symmetrical compression, where and when needed—placing control of the tightening process in the hands of providers.

 

Early pre-hospital pelvic immobilization
Using T-PODResponder reduces morbidity, mortality, blood loss, the need for blood transfusions and hospital length of stay.

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