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  • January 17, 2022

    UK Teenagers Arrested Over Texas Synagogue Siege

    Two teenagers have been arrested in the UK following the tense 11-hour hostage standoff at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in the Dallas suburb of Colleyville on Saturday (January 15th), which has been condemned by President Joe Biden who called it ‘an act of terror.’
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  • November 2, 2021

    TyTek Medical to exhibit brand new product at world’s leading international trade fair, MEDICA

    We are excited to be exhibiting with Medilink UK International Services at this year’s MEDICA – the world’s leading international trade fair in Germany, on the largest UK pavilion. This year’s MEDICA event will take place in the city of Dusseldorf in Germany on November 13th - 18th and TyTek Medical will be joining hundreds of exhibitors to showcase the future of medicine and healthcare. 

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  • August 10, 2021

    How to apply direct pressure

    Over the past month in our blog we have been looking at the different ways to save a life in the event of a catastrophic bleed. From applying a tourniquet to packing a wound, each method is effective in stopping a bleed if you find yourself being a zero responder. This is when you are the first person at the scene of an emergency whilst waiting for medical assistance. It could be any one of us and it's vitally important that we know of these effective methods so more lives can be saved.
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  • July 27, 2021

    How to Pack a Wound – A Guide

    We are continuing our mission and passion to educate, equip and empower the public with the tools and knowledge they need to save a life in the event of a catastrophic bleed.

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  • July 13, 2021

    How to apply a tourniquet and stop a bleed

    It’s our passion and mission to educate, equip and empower the public with the tools and knowledge they need to stop a catastrophic bleed. This is because bystanders or zero responders will always be the first person on the scene of an accident or incident. That could be any one of us; whether it’s waiting at a bus stop, doing our weekly grocery shop, or attending a concert. No matter how fast the emergency services arrive, it’s the bystander who becomes the first responder. 

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