QuikClot Combat Gauze - Z Fold
QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold NSN 6510-01-562-3325 is a soft, white, sterile, nonwoven gauze impregnated with kaolin, an inert mineral that does not contain animal or human proteins or botanicals. QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold is an improvement on the original QuikClot Combat Gauze. As a result feedback from the US Military, Z-Medica improved the QuikClot Combat Gauze product by making it z-folded, vacuum packed, and with an x-ray detectable strip. The QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold is even easier to apply since the gauze is in a z-fold format, which makes packing wounds easier and eliminates the risk of the roll falling away and getting contaminated. The vacuum packed feature of the QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold makes it much more compact, saving room on your body. Finally, the x-ray detectable strip that is incorporated in the QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold ensures that the gauze will be found if the patient is taken to the operating room. Each QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold is individually packaged in a vacuum sealed military grade foil pouch and is indicated for the temporary external control of traumatic bleeding. Like all of the QuikClot gauze products, it is flexible and pliable and contours to all wounds. Recommended as the number one hemostatic agent by the COTCCC (Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care), QuikClot Combat Gauze Z-Fold is the only product carried by all branches of the US Military to control life-threatening hemorrhage.
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QuikClot Combat Gauze - Z Fold Features:
- Hydrophilic gauze impregnated with kaolin
- X-ray detectable strip
- Rapid deployment Z-Fold
- Size: 3" inch x 4 yards
- 2024 expiration date or later
- NSN 6510-01-562-3325
- Length: 6" inches
- Width: 4" inches
- Height: 1" inch
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I had a recent fall, in which I skinned my right arm quite badly. I used this product to control the bleeding. I had a previous experience with this product in 2012. I was flipped over backwards on an escalator in Ohare Airport, and before two guys picked me up, my left arm was skinned from the wrist to just below the shoulder. I was sitting there bleeding profusely until a man who worked for Z-Medica came by and wrapped my arm with this gauze to stop the bleeding.