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TyTek Discusses Bleeding Control on TV News Report

Channel 5 News visited TyTek HQ to feature our range of PTENSYS products, including the Bleeding Control Stations.

The report covered the growing need to educate, equip and empower people so that they know what to do should they be caught up in a deliberate attack, especially before professional help arrives.

TyTek Medical’s Vice President, James Tyler, said: “Emergency Preparedness is key to saving lives. Our range of PTENSYS products, including our brand-new Bleeding Control Stations, are effective in the crucial platinum ten minutes after a mass casualty incident.”

The Stations can be wall mounted in malls, schools, religious sites – Anywhere there are large amounts of people, innocently caught up in a deliberate attack or mass casualty incident.

Each Station contains eight Bleeding Control Kits and a disposable litter. The kits are perforated to ensure that they can be detached and opened quickly and easily.

You can see the news report here: 

For more information about installing Bleeding Control Stations at your venue or business contact us today.

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