What do pregnancy, allergic reactions, bee stings, skin infections, and softball injuries all have in common?
These represent a few of the many reasons why fingers swell and people visit emergency departments or jewellery stores seeking ring removal.
Jewellery Industry Use
Providing excellence in this competitive industry requires the best customer support tools. Whether it's a new purchase, or a family heirloom passed though generations, customers are emotionally attached to their rings.
Finger swelling may preclude ring removal. It may be a ring that is becoming uncomfortably tight or it may simply be time to update or resize a ring that just won't come off. Customers deserve every opportunity for nondestructive ring removal, should the need arise.
Ring Rescue offers a new, unique tool for your Jewellery store, providing an exclusive service that customers will appreciate. Ring Rescue is an excellent way to raise and distinguish your service standards, inspiring customer loyalty to keep customers returning for your full suite of jewellrey sales and services.
The service of ring removal may be billed to clients, or offered as complimentary. For your customers the value added is unparallelled. For your business, ring alteration and upgrading is the outcome opportunity.
Emergency Medicine Use
Time is a precious commodity, patient flow is ever important, and tools that make this job easier and more efficient are invaluable.
Ring cutting can be technically difficult (and at times practically impossible), especially with harder materials such as titanium and tungsten. Several methods of ring cutting have been described, all requiring specific equipment and all carry risk, such as risk of thermal burns, traumatic injury, and tissue reactions.
Traditional methods of nondestructive removal are operator dependent, time consuming, and have variable success. Ask most any emergency physician, nurse, or paramedic that has been called upon to do this task!
Avoid prolonged department stays, excessive provider time, and complicated outcomes. Avoid destroying a valuable and sentimental piece of jewellery. With Ring Rescue, you can appreciate the increased patient and provider satisfaction and improve patient flow.
HOW IT WORKS:
Ring Rescue is simple. Apply, inflate, and within seconds the device is working, with uniform and measurable air pressure to decrease finger swelling and therefore decrease finger size, so that the ring can be removed. Return minutes later, remove the device, and attempt to remove the ring intact. Patients and customers are incredibly happy when the problem is solved with this essential tool, and ring cutting can be avoided.
Particularly challenging cases do occur, where advanced swelling or intrinsic finger size makes direct ring removal unfeasible or impossible. Ring Rescue will still work to reduce swelling and decrease finger size. The healthcare provider or jewellery store can still proceed with any other method of ring removal, with the added advantage of the finger size reduction, making these other procedures easier to perform. If the ring still doesn’t come off after Ring Rescue use, the process of ring cutting is technically easier when swelling is improved.
Ring Rescue provides a must-have tool for the emergency medicine and jewellery industry toolboxes.
NPR Article 2015
“Titanium rings are tough to crack in emergencies...in this case, the ring cutter failed, and the fire department came in with its own specialized cutting gear...Let's face it, your finger doesn't stay the same size over the years.”
“It is quite common for customers to come in seeking ring removal. Ring cutting has been our only option when a ring is stuck. This Ring Rescue device is a potential game-changer for our industry ”
British Medical Journal 2015
“Ring constriction is a relatively common presentation, which can result in necrosis of the affected digit if not relieved. Rings made of gold or silver are easily removed with basic ring cutters; in contrast, titanium rings require specialist cutting equipment...”
Ring Rescue is a registered trademark. Patent Pending.