Busy Floor Nurse Discovers No-Nonsense Trauma Shears

Surviveware’s Medical-Grade Trauma Shears Impress Floor Nurse

Woodbridge, United States - April 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Floor nurses perform a wide array of duties that are vital for the continuous operation of a hospital. Apart from providing assistance and support to doctors, they are entrusted to provide patient care. Their task ranges from setting IVs, giving medication, maintaining patient medical records, and providing wound care management. With a handful of duties to perform, it is essential that these nurses have the necessary tools to help them. One of their most used medical items is trauma shears.

Surviveware’s Trauma Shears are top-of-the-line cutting tools that help to remove obstructive clothing and bandages. These shears are necessary for both hospital and camp settings. Unlike single-use scissors, trauma shears last longer compared to similar items on the market.

One of the reasons for the shears’ durability lies in the material used to create it. Surviveware uses premium-quality stainless steel for the body. This metal is lightweight and rust-proof which is perfect for hospital use. Apart from the metal used to make the body, these trauma shears are covered with black fluoride to preserve its sharpness by preventing adhesives and other residues from sticking on the blades.

The shears showcase an ergonomically-designed body with a large finger hole and thumb hooks where users can rest their fingers with ease to provide both strength and comfort to its users and won’t cause blisters even after prolonged use. The soft-grip, non-slip contoured handles also give it maximum control when cutting thick materials like denim and layered bandages.

These trauma shears have blunted tips that stop it from nipping or pricking the patient while removing obstructive clothing or replacing bandages. It also prevents the scissors from ruining other supplies when it is stored.

More and more field experts and healthcare practitioners are trusting these trauma shears. One of Surviveware’s customers, a floor nurse, shared how this tool provides comfort and ease in her line of duty in an Amazon review, “I'm a busy floor nurse, and I just wanted a no-nonsense strong reliable and affordable pair of bandage scissors. These were perfect. I can tell the company that sells these cares about quality. I'll definitely be looking to them for future medical supply purchases.”

The professionals have spoken: Surviveware’s Trauma Shears are the perfect razor-sharp cutting tool for all your emergency and preparedness needs. Discover why EMTs, paramedics, nurses, and other healthcare service providers are shifting to these premium quality shears by ordering your pair today.

Get your Surviveware Trauma Shears now on Amazon by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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