Celox™ Haemostat  Granules

Celox saves lives – fast.

Easy to use.



Celox haemostat granules are quick to apply, just pour the granules into the injury, before applying the pressure and stopping the bleeding.

CELOX Granules 15g CE Product 2016


Hemostasis in 21 gunshot injuries in Afghanistan


Celox haemostat granules quickly forms a plug – in real experience  this stops most bleeding within one minute (see figure)1. For major arterial haemorrhage, maintain pressure for 3-5 minutes to ensure haemorrhage is controlled.

Easy to use

The Celox granules mould to the shape of the wound to get firm pressure on to the source of the bleeding even in complex shaped injuries.

Use on:

  • Arterial and venous bleeding.
  • Life-threatening bleeding.
  • Complex and deep wounds.

Celox has been shown to:

  • Save lives.
  • Reliably stop arterial bleeding2.
  • Clot hypothermic blood.

Safety: Celox has been extensively safety tested, produces no heat and is non-allergenic.  The product contains no minerals and residual chitosan material breaks down in the body, making Celox the safe, proven choice.

Product Information

Celox granules are available in a 35g sachet for major injuries, even if the casualty has more than one bleeding wound.  We also offer the 15 g sachet for situations where every gram of weight saved is vital, still with enough material to treat a life-threatening injury.

Celox Granules 35g sachet.  Product code FG08830241. NSN 6510015495980

Celox Granules 15g sachet.  Product code FG08830181.

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Celox Granules Uses

Celox Granules has many applications especially in the following markets:


Emergency Bleeding

You never know what you’ll be up against next. Car crashes, assaults on your colleagues, injuries from falls or disputes that end badly. You’re the common thread to these emergencies and it’s your job to save lives.


Workplace and Remote Medicine

Accidents and injuries can happen anywhere, but in some occupations the specific hazards, or being hours from a hospital can significantly increase the risk. Whether you are on expedition, working in forestry, merchant shipping or oil exploration, you need to be prepared to deal with serious injuries.  In remote settings or expeditions, you need to be self-reliant until you can reach good medical care.

  1. Celox (chitosan) for haemostasis in massive trauma bleeding: experience in Afghanistan. Pozza M, Millner R. European Journal of Emergency Medicine 18(1):31-33 Feb 2011.
  2. Kozen B et al, An Alternative Hemostatic Dressing: Comparison of CELOX, HemCon and QuikClot. Academic Emergency Medicine January 2008, Vol 15 No 1.

Success Stories

Workplace injury – food processing plant

I’ve used one of the Celox gauze pads on a fairly deep laceration that one of our employees had on his forearm and it works…

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