Combat & Casualty Care

Q1 2016

Military Magazines in the United States and Canada, Covering Combat and Casualty Care, first responders, rescue and medical products programs and news\Tactical Defense Media

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Page 16 of 35 Combat & Casualty Care | Spring 2016 | 15 complimentary subscription Scan the code to sign up now! Tech Spotlight Eye Care Save Sight On Site ® | 800.423.8659 ©2016 MorTan, Inc., PO Box 8719, Missoula, MT 59807 USA DON'T WAIT! The sooner eye irrigation is started, the better the prognosis. • The only "hands-free" ocular irrigation system ofering an efcient, efective, and well-tolerated way to fush chemicals, biological and radiological agents, or non-embedded foreign bodies from the eye. • In just 20 seconds irrigation can be underway and you can move to more life-threatening injuries. • Patient may be transported without stopping irrigation. Hands-free ocular irrigation on the go. ORDER NOW the Morgan Lens allows medical personnel to treat other injuries or patients while the irrigating fluid is effectively flushing all regions of the eye, cul-de-sac, and inner eyelid. Since minimal attention is required, the patient may be transported without interrupting irrigation, and one medic may treat multiple victims in mass casualty situations. Instead of fighting the body's natural blinking reflex, the eyes are closed during irrigation, making the process more comfortable. This means irrigation may be continued for the hours, or even days, that may be necessary for proper treatment. The Morgan Lens requires minimal training and may easily be used in the hospital or in the field. After attaching the lens to an IV set and bag of irrigating solution, it's slipped under the eyelids, and in less than 20 seconds, the most efficient treatment possible is underway. Fast, effective, and easy to use means the Morgan Lens is the ideal option for treating injured eyes in all situations. More info:

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