Tools for point of injury care >>

Our Vision >>

Eliminate preventable deaths by developing best-in-class tools that enhance critical care at the point of injury.

Trauma deaths per year
100000 >>
Potentially survivable deaths
0 % >>
US Military deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan
1000 >>
Medic Case (NARCs)

Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned >>
Made in Montana, USA

We are a team of medical providers, engineers, scientists, and researchers dedicated to enhancing pre-hospital and austere medicine.

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Highlights of our work from around the industry.

CRO Medical (Missoula, MT) announces the release of Issue 003, now available for digital download. The catalog features CRO’s consolidated medical system and upcoming Class 2 medical device release.

CRO Medical announces the launch of the Pelvic Binder Gen 2. Designed to easily reduce and stabilize open-book pelvic fractures using their patented tightening system. The CRO pelvic binder packs flat and is designed to fit 95% of the population using the Standard size.

CRO Medical Presents “Working Off Your Body: How to Tier Your Kit.”

Hard Medication Case from CRO Medical.

CRO Medical’s Medic Case is great for custom configuration of the surgical, airway, or other items thanks to the adjustable bungee retention panel. It has the same dimensions as their NARC case but without the carbon fiber backer.

CRO Medical was on hand at Warrior West, exhibiting their line of medical equipment and carriers. Their DCR 9L Med Bag is a primary point of injury bag for multi-mission use.

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