$87.89

  • Quantity: Box of ten

  • March Img
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NSN: 6510-01-600-4628 SKU: 20-001 Category:

The Sentinel® Chest Seal is a device designed to seal an open chest wound and minimize the risk of developing tension pneumothorax, a leading cause of preventable battlefield death.1 This seal maintains static placement for spontaneous relief of tension pneumothorax and ensures effective channeling for the release of blood and air.

The Sentinel® Chest Seal patented design minimizes vent occlusion while permitting simultaneous release of blood and air. The 360° layer of Sentinel 10x™ adhesive sticks in place and remains fully adhered to the casualty in all environments while the transparent design allows a clear view of the wound. Together, these features reduce the need to apply multiple seals and lower the risk of tension pneumothorax, a leading cause of preventable battlefield death.1

Capabilities

  • Vented – simultaneous blood and air release
  • Sticks – 360° Sentinel 10x adhesive
  • Clear – view the wound

PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES

  • 360° Sentinel 10x non water-based adhesive base
  • Transparent to allow a clear view of the wound
  • Reservoir directs blood to valve to prevent clogging
  • Contains highly absorbent non-woven wipe
  • Two-part peel allows controlled placement
  • Meets CoTCCC guidelines for vented chest seal

CLINICAL BENEFITS

  • Adhesive is effective in all environments, reducing the need to apply multiple seals for the same wound
  • Layered design with channels minimize vent occlusion, while permitting simultaneous release of blood and air

SPECIFICATIONS

  • NSN: 6510-01-600-4628
  • PN: 20-001
  • FDA Listed
  • Single-Use
  • 6-Year Shelf Life
  • Specifications:
    • Unit Dimensions:
      • Package: 7.5’’L x 8’’W
      • Deployed: 6.5’’ Dia.
    • Unit Weight: 1 oz.
    • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Available Direct, Prime Vendor, ECAT, CEC and GSA
  • Made in USA

REFERENCES

1 Eastridge BJ, et al., Death on the battlefield (2001-2011): implications for the future of combat casualty care., J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012 Dec;73(6 Suppl 5):S431-7.