When Seconds Count, Count on Circumferential Pelvic Stabilization Technology from Pyng Medical.

Emergency medical services personnel deal with accidents and life threatening situations daily that require them to quickly stabilize the pelvic ring in patients that have suspected pelvic fractures and possible internal bleeding.

Pelvic fractures present a difficult challenge to emergency medical services personnel in the field, and they have a very high mortality rate of 5% to 50%, due to the significant hemorrhage that may occur in the pelvis with minimal external signs.

When seconds count, emergency responders need a pelvic stabilization device that is easy to apply by one person in the field and does not have to be removed for MRI, X-Ray and CT scans.

Rapid assessment, stabilization and compression are critical to minimizing mortality in the treatment of pelvic fractures.

A pelvic stabilization device featuring a pulley system gives responders complete control over the tightening process, enables symmetrical and circumferential compression, and allows the device to be applied by one person in the field. Devices without metal parts provide improved stabilization and a better patient experience as they do not have to be removed for most scans.

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Who uses Pyng’s Civilian Pelvic Stabilization Solutions?

Pyng’s civilian pelvic stabilization devices are used by emergency medical services and other first response personnel:

Emergency Medical Services:

  • Ambulance/air ambulance
  • Police
  • Fire
  • Search and Rescue
  • Medical personnel at resorts, on adventure tours, or on cruise ships