LifeWrap Non-Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (NASG) Now Available on VIA

LifeWrap Non-Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garment (NASG) Now Available on VIA

The LifeWrap NASG is a lightweight and reusable first aid compression device used to treat shock and manage obstetric haemorrhage. Once in place, the LifeWrap NASG applies enough circumferential counter pressure to decrease blood loss and reverse shock by increasing blood pressure to the heart, brain, and lungs.  In so doing, it reverses hypovolaemic shock resulting from Obstetric Haemorrhage, and has proven effective in stabilizing patients for up to 3 days, while patients are transported to a health center with the ability to administer blood transfusions and provide definitive medical or surgical interventions.

“The NASG is a true life saving device for women in shock and close to death due to PPH.  This is a major life saving support device, easy to administer by any health personnel and needs to be available for pregnant women everywhere and particularly in low resource countries.”

– Andre B Lalonde
International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics’ Committee for Safe Motherhood and Newborn Health.
Professor Obs/Gyn, University of Ottawa and McGill University, Canada

The LifeWrap is indeed life-saving, having been used on more than 10,000 women in 33 countries. By expanding access through the VIA Marketplace these numbers will continue to grow, providing global access to our distributor network. If you are interested in learning more or purchasing a LifeWrap NASG please visit the LifeWrap NASG product page. 


VIA is the fastest growing online platform to expand markets and access to health technologies across the globe.  Like the of the medical device world, VIA is an online marketplace that connects the developing world to the affordable health technology they need. Efficiently connecting medical device and equipment suppliers with local emerging economy distributors – enabling access and growing the $21 billion market by solving scale-up, transaction and logistics challenges for healthcare distribution in emerging economies.