Hartford Bleeding Control Prevention - Pad Version

Hartford Bleeding Control Prevention - Pad Version

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STOP the Bleed Prevention Kit or bleeding control kit should consist of a minimum of the following three components. Personal protective gloves, safe and effective hemostatic agent, and effective tourniquet. The Hartford Consensus written by the American College of Surgeons is the document that inspired the creation of the National Preparedness Initiative and Stop the Bleed program.

Nitrile Gloves:
Nitrile exam gloves feature exceptional sensitivity. These non-sterile, powder-free and latex-free gloves offer lightweight strength, excellent donning characteristics and textured fingertips for enhanced grip and control. Textured, 9 inches in length, 4 mil thick palm with 5 mil thick fingers.

CELOX Gauze Pad:
CELOX First Aid Blood Clot Hemostatic Gauze Pad will help stop the bleeding until you can seek medical assistance or may even help you or a loved one avoid a trip to the doctor’s office or emergency room.  In controlled trials CELOX Gauze has been repeatedly shown to quickly and reliably stop even severe arterial bleeds. Just pack the wound and apply pressure – it’s safe, easy and very effective. CELOX granules are bonded on the surface of CELOX gauze, a stable (not flimsy) gauze which will not compact under pressure. Independent in vivo testing showed 100% success in achieving hemostasis & reduced blood loss compared to other treatments

CAT Tourniquet:
Patented CAT Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T)is a true one-handed tourniquet proven to be 100% effective by the U.S. Army’s Institute of Surgical Research. Tests proved that the CAT completely occluded blood flow of an extremity in the event of a traumatic wound with significant hemorrhage. NSN# 6515-01-521-7976 

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