The Patient Xtraction Mode System bridges the gap between Care Under Fire (CUF) and Tactical Field Care (TFC). In dynamic threat situations, the Patient Xtraction Mode System fills the void by enabling medical personnel to quickly and effectively extract patients from a threat environment to a litter or critical care area without the need for additional medical personnel, equipment or a dedicated litter team.
The system integrates into any plate carrier, tactical vest, or ammunition belt via MOLLE webbing and can be incorporated into select medical tactical backpacks with the need for it to be physically attached. The Operator Breakaway features a quick-release flat snap shackle with nylon cord allowing the medical personnel to disconnect from webbing and the patient. The Patient Breakaway is a quick release snap shackle and carabiner. It provides mechanical leverage for the medic through webbing wrapped around the patient’s upper body cavity that transfers the victim’s body weight into the medics core area for hands free extraction.
The design allows the medic to ride comfortably in a vehicle while fully rigged. The Patient Xtraction Mode System provides medical personnel the leverage to evacuate any patient, regardless of the mission.