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STOP TRAUMA

When a person falls and does not move for a long time, the blood does not flow to the brain.

This prevents oxygen from reaching the brain, which can lead to the development of orthostatic intolerance syndrome (harness syndrome). STOP Trauma prevents the pressure in the aorta from building up. It ensures that the blood can flow through the groin area and reach the brain. It prevents a possible high-risk situation.

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STOP TRAUMA

When a person falls and does not move for a long time, the blood does not flow to the brain. This prevents oxygen from reaching the brain, which can lead to the development of orthostatic intolerance syndrome (harness syndrome).

WHAT IS HARNESS SUSPENSION TRAUMA? When a person falls and is inactive for an extended period of time, the blood does not flow to the brain. As a result, no oxygen enters the brain and orthostatic intolerance syndrome (harness syndrome) may occur.

SYMPTOMS: The syndrome can appear in 5 minutes after the fall. The average reaction time of a rescue is longer than 12 minutes. The movement of the legs relieves the pressure in the groin. With the help of the 2 straps (one for each leg) it ensures that the person can wait for liberation from the situation that has arisen.

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