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.
Cincinnati businessman urges us to prepare for the unthinkable
Following the murder of three innocent victims in Cincinnati, a company based in the city has urged businesses, schools, event venues and transport hubs to review their emergency preparedness procedures. The incident at Fifth Third was the 15th mass shooting in the city in the last five years. This has accounted for 13 fatalities with 77 wounded. TyTek Medical, a manufacturer of compact, pre-hospital emergency medical supplies, in Blue Ash has developed PTENSYS, a system that helps quickly administer life-saving care to trauma victims in a mass casualty incident.
XTricate for Confined Space Rescue
Confined spaces pose hazards to rescue teams tasked with performing technical rescues. In testing conditions, it is crucial that they have access to the most appropriate equipment to meet their operational needs.
GDPR Update Announcement
Discover how TyTek is working to protect your data ahead of the General Data Protection Regulations
New trauma response system will help to save lives in the event of a mass casualty incident
A next generation trauma response system that could save hundreds of lives in the event of a Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) has been showcased at a series of defence and security events.
Stop the Bleed with TyTek Medical
Stop the Bleed encourages bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.
Five Life-saving Benefits of Ptensys
The stark truth is that none of us know when we might find ourselves in a life threatening situation or a position where we only have minutes to save a life. That might be a single individual who suddenly has a heart attack or has been in a car accident who needs immediate treatment. It can also be a major event such as a terrorist attack when multiple casualties need assistance.
The Platinum Ten Minutes: The Key to Survival When Catastrophe Strikes
We're used to seeing traumatic events unfolding while we watch the news nowadays. None of us really believe that we'll be involved in such horrific events and we can only imagine what those caught up in it are going through. The truth is that, unfortunately, these things can happen to anyone at any time. Trauma teams are trained to get to the scene as quickly as possible, assess casualties and give them the medical care they need to maximize their chances of survival before they are transported to hospital.