The CT-6 is a Leg Traction Splint designed for Pre Hospital Care and Patient transport, specifically in combat scenarios. It is primarily used on patients with mid-line femur fractures. The CT-6 helps relieve patient pain and prevents further damage to surrounding muscle and tissue while reducing the risk of death caused from severed arteries. The CT-6 is made of carbon tubing which snaps together via an internal bungee. A Cobra buckle secures the Ischial strap to the upper leg and groin. These buckles prevent accidental releases and are commonly used by US military forces. Traction is achieved with a 4 to1 purchase system using a small line to apply tension. This method results in a very precise and delicate form or traction that is also powerful enough to be effective on extra large adults. The CT-6 is extremely compact, light and strong.
Light: Unit weighs 1.1 lbs (500 grams)
Compact: Unit fits in small synch bag, 11 x 4 x 3in.
Includes Molle compatible bag, labeled.
Strong: Carbon Fiber poles and injection molded plastics.
Effective: Four to one pulley system for efficient, easily adjustable traction.
One unit fits both Adult and Pediatric patients.
NSN 6515 01 521 5730
CT-7 Leg Traction Splint with Multicam Molle Bag
The CT-7 Leg Traction Splint is a carbon fiber leg traction device designed to provide femur traction in a field environment. The CT-7 is designed to eliminate cords, pulleys, redundant leg straps and does not extend beyond the patient's foot.
All adjustments are done at the patient's ankle allowing clear view of patient limb length
ACME Screw Traction Technology is precise, strong and accurate
Treaded Rod Traction System allows for increases in traction in small increments
Ability to apply 10 - 30 pounds of traction in approximately 30 seconds
Does not extend beyond patient's foot
Features a padded ischial strap and a one piece slip resistant ankle hitch
Light weight (1.5 Lbs)
The Threaded Rod Traction system allows the Responder to apply traction slowly and in a controlled manner, preventing further injury to the soft tissue.
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