TOURNIQUET FOR PHLEBOTOMY, elastic, 100 x 1.8 cm


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Former Code(s): EMEQZYN1010
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V9003 - Tourniquets
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Rubber strap or tubing intended to be wrapped around a patient's limb (arm or leg) and manually tightened to reduce blood circulation. It is typically used when taking blood samples (venous puncture) , but may serve other purposes (e.g. stop haemorrhaging...).



  • Natural rubber
  • Solid or tubular
  • 1 m long
  • 1.8 to 2 cm wide
  • Non sterile
  • Autoclavable

Instructions for use

WARNING: a tourniquet should always be put accurately, especially on children (risk of ischemia if it is left on too long).


If the tourniquet becomes soiled in the operative field,

  • it must be cleaned and disinfected with aa detergent/disinfectant solution for surfaces / non-invasive medical equipment. Prepare use-solution in concentration required. Always read the label and product information before use. Do not mix with other products. Make sure to wet the surfaces completely, use a wipe or towel, keep them wet for the whole exposure time.
  • or sterilized by steam autoclave.

(Cf Introduction: Disinfection and sterilization in the field)

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