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Surgical – Tourniquet Systems

Florida Tourniquet Surgical Equipment Supply

Tourniquet systems are medical devices that apply pressure to a limb in order to temporarily control venous and arterial circulation.  A tourniquet system enables the blocking of blood flow to a limb to create a bloodless field of work during  a surgical procedure.  Tourniquets are often used during orthopedic surgeries, where external hemorrhage cannot be controlled by direct pressure.  Tourniquets are also used during emergencies and life‐threatening limb hemorrhages or limb amputation with multiple bleeding points.

The original manual tourniquet has been around for thousands of years.  But modern surgical facilities use electric powered pneumatic tourniquets to precisely control pressure.  These type of tourniquets are commonly used in surgical procedures such as trauma, sports injuries and plastic surgeries.

1st Place Medical offers a wide assortment of used & refurbished Tourniquet equipment.  We get our inventory from major hospitals throughout the United States that have turned this equipment in to purchase newer equipment.  The equipment they turn in has been professionally maintained by the hospital’s manufacturer-trained Biomed Tech staff and is perfect for medical facilities that would like to have hospital-grade endoscopy equipment without paying hospital-grade prices.

Each piece of equipment received by 1st Place Medical is extensively tested for functionality and must pass all tests before being placed in our inventory.  Our inventory is constantly changing in our South Florida warehouse but the type of Tourniquet equipment we often have available includes:

  • Zimmer ATS 3000
  • Zimmer ATS 2000
  • Zimmer ATS 1200
  • Stryker SmartPump Single Channel Tourniquet System
  • Stryker SmartPump Dual Channel Tourniquet System

If you are seeking a surgical tourniquet for your Florida medical facility, please contact 1st Place Medical.  We offer same-day delivery options for Florida medical facilities located in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach Counties.