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A man accidentally stabs himself in the groin but lives to thank the emergency service team

A Man who accidentally stabbed himself in the groin has thanked the Air Ambulance medical team who flew to his rescue*, treating the stabbing injury on scene and evacuating him as fast as possible. The father of two was holidaying in a campsite when he slipped while preparing a chicken curry dinner. The Great North…
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Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS)

Biceps injury

We recently had a case where we used Celox-hemostat. The situation was a public beach with 35-year-old man had stumbled into the lake when descending steps. His right arm caught a nail on the inside of the railing, about 3-5cm protruding. Result of the accident laceration to biceps were about 5cm deep and 10cm long…
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KS, Paramedic

Celox first time use by first responder

As a Police Community Support Officer I volunteer part of my time as an NHS first responder and respond to emergencies when ambulances are too far away or not available or simply when time is of the essence. I’d done some training in use of Celox haemostatic agents some time ago and decide to carry…
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Vincent Preston, PCSO, Leicestershire

Fungating tumour

I have a fungating axilla. The tumour is through the skin and is subject to uncontrollable arterial bleeding. Previously I’ve laid in the GP’s surgery for up to 3 hours whilst the practice nurses tried to stem the bleeding. Then I’ve been rushed to hospital and go through the dressing over and over procedure. In…
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UK Patient

Gunshot wound to chest

I work as a Paramedic at Skyline Hospital in White Salmon, WA. I want to share my experience with the Celox product. Our crew was dispatched to a large caliber GSW to the chest. After isolating the right lung, both entrance and exit wounds were sealed using the Celox product. The patient was able to…
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Jugular injury

The 21-year-old man was working 25 feet up a tree when he slipped and inflicted deep wounds to his neck and arm with a chainsaw. The man had blood spurting from the wound as he dangled in mid air until his colleague managed to lower him to the ground. He was still conscious when paramedics…
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Road Traffic Accident

There was a trauma patient involved in a car accident who had suffered abdominal open wound. The blood loss was significant and there we had the chance to save a life with the use of Celox. The bleeding stopped and in surgery they were able to reassemble his iliac artery and he lived.
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RB, Paramedic

Stab injury

The stab wound was with a kitchen knife, rib space 4-5 anterolateral, when we arrived. The patient was in clear hypovolemic shock status from the blood he had lost. The wound was not only penetrating but also turned so that we had free space for about 3 cm wide and 15-20cm long. It was when…
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RB, Paramedic

Traumatic amputation

The Helimedix were called to a serious incident by the river on Saturday evening. A 65 year old man was with friends on their boat, when he fell into the water and caught his foot in the propeller – amputating his foot in the process. The patient was given A& E level critical care by…
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Varicose vein bleed not controlled by pressure

The case was a 48 year old male with varicose veins in his leg and foot. EMS was called after one began bleeding. Simple pressure was not very effective in stopping it. EMS applied Celox and bandaged the foot. He came to the ED with no further bleeding. Celox was washed off and he was…
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Marvin Wayne, MD, FACEP, FAAEM

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