HAPMED TOURNIQUET TRAINER
THE CLOSEST THING TO PRACTICING ON A LIVE PATIENT
When first responders feel the actual torque required to stop bleeding from a severe extremity wound, they gain an understanding of the difficulty of the task and the confidence and skills to stop uncontrolled bleeding in an emergency situation.
Life like simulation
Realistic Hands-on Practice
Short training trials, with no synthetic blood replenishment needed, allow for rapid repeat practice cycles until the skill is mastered.
The system features LED lights for blood flow, a diminishing pulse and realistic pressure required for different patient body sizes.
Built-in training scenarios
Real-time Performance Feedback
Tourniquet application varies depending on the patient’s size and the situation. HapMed trains first responders to effectively perform this lifesaving procedure on different body types and in different situations. The system includes seven built-in training scenarios that progress the trainee through increasing levels of difficulty. Performance feedback is displayed in real time.
Free download from Google Play®
They HapMed mobile app provides the same controls and feedback as the tourniquet trainer display. Instructors can control multiple devices and track trainee performance using their mobile phone or tablet.
U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research
U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit
Louisianan Army National Guard
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Marine Corps
Federal, State, Local Government:
Federal Law Enforcement Training Ctr.
Delaware Div. of Public Health
Montgomery County Dept. of Public Health & Safety
Bergen County EMS Training Ctrs.
Hospitals & Commercial:
Humboldt General Hospital
University of Cincinnati
AWARDS AND RESEARCH
EMS World Top Innovation Award WINNER
The HapMed Tourniquet Trainer was selected as a winner for the Top Innovation Award at the 2016 EMS World Conference and Expo being held in New Orleans, LA on October 3 - 7, 2016.
SBA's Tibbetts Award
CHI Systems is the proud recipient of the Small Business Administration's Tibbetts Award which recognizes organizations that have made a visible technological impact and exemplify the very best in small business innovative research achievements. HapMed was selected as a winner for product innovation in 2012.
HapMed has been used by both military and industry to conduct tourniquet testing research, the results of which have dramatically shaped the military and civilian tourniquet policies of today.
LIFE SAVING SKILLS TRAINING
EMS, Police, Fire, Emergency, Combat Medic, Soldier, Teachers, Civilian Bystanders
- Stop the Bleed
- First Aid Training