TC CASEVAC  Immobilization

mission ready . . . contingency adaptable
M U L T I F U C T I O N A L    S P L I N T

RIGID  Long-Axis Immobilization

Tac Med Operator® delivers RIGID long bone immobilization from an enveloping framesheet with long-axis monostay to provide a rigid posterior supporting platform with formable medial/lateral walls that prevent extremity movement, tamponade hemorrhage, contain massive soft-tissue trauma, overcome gravity effect while providing soft-tissue and skeletal alignment of complete or partial extremity.

​FORMABLE   Off-Axis Immobilization

Tac Med Operator® delivers rigid off-axis long bone and joint immobilization from an enveloping framesheet with an off-axis adaptor inserted into long-axis monostay to provide an articulated posterior support platform with formable medial/lateral walls, that prevent extremity movement, tamponade hemorrhage, immobilizing skeletal and soft-tissue trauma in position found when indicated.

TRACTION   Integrated Dynamic Immobilization

Tac Med Operator® uses entire splint surface area in contact with anatomy as an anchor point for counter-traction forces, dissipating and balancing applied biomechanical forces within entire enveloping splint framesheet eliminating any externally applied pressure points against pelvis, while providing a posterior enveloping platform that overcomes gravity effects, controls contractive muscle spasm, prevents distal bone end retraction, and balances applied biomechanical forces without applying proximal limb root pressure.

RIGID Splint 



PELVIC  Stabilization​

PSD Pelvic Stabilization Device is a lightweight, compact, rapidly applied pelvic stabilization device that delivers bilateral circumferential compression and pelvic bony stabilization. The Pelvic Stabilization Device is indicated for immediate management of pelvic ring injuries, in acute management of exsanguinating pelvic trauma, and when pelvic injury is suspected from mechanism of injury... much the same as a cervical collar is used to protect cervical spine from further injury prior to definitive identification and care. Splinting the pelvis approximates bone ends, reducing low-pressure bleeding from bone ends and disrupted veins, and overcomes gravity effects on lateral soft-tissues aspects providing neutral alignment.