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Trauma Training for Journalists

Friday, June 12th, 2015

June 12 2015  For information on Medtrade and CELOX™Contact Chris Marsden at Medtrade  +44 1270 500 019 and For information on Trauma Training for Journalists Contact Neal Jackson +1 202 365 4070   Journalists in hazardous areas get life-preserving skills and equipment, with donation of latest CELOXTM blood-stopping bandages. Journalists around the world in conflict…

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Benefits of Celox Gauze as included in the US CoTCCC Guidelines.

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

The US CoTCCC (US Committee on Combat Casualty Care) have published the decision to include Celox Gauze in their guidelines and you can read it in the Journal of Special Operations Medicine (1). The article also includes an extensive 14 page review of the background to the change. Here they explain the reasoning and benefits for including…

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US military recommends new treatment for troops to save lives on the battlefield.

Monday, April 14th, 2014

The US military are adopting new technologies to save soldiers’ lives on the battlefield, with the approval of a bandage that can stop catastrophic arterial bleeding in three minutes.  The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC), which is responsible for recommending the frontline medic training and equipment for all US front line troops, voted…

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Guest Blog: Outdoor First Aid and Celox

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

For this latest Celox blog, we have invited Katherine Wills, author of Outdoor First Aid, to give her thoughts on Celox and why it played an important role in her book. When I initially started teaching outdoor first aid I wanted to give my candidates a reading list which would help them to expand their…

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New protocol for catastrophic bleeding

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

This flow chart summarises the treatment of catastrophic bleeding.  It is reproduced from the UK Ambulance Services Clinical Practice Guidelines 2013 (JRCALCs). This is the new protocol for catastrophic bleeding in adults and there is a similar flow chart for children. In the diagram there are specific guidelines on when it is appropriate to use haemostatic gauzes such as…

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It’s 100 F outside, beware of hypothermia

Friday, July 19th, 2013

In this Celox blog post, we’re exploring the challenge of the ‘Lethal Triad ’…  When experiencing a trauma, severe blood loss can quickly lead to the victim becoming hypothermic, regardless of the temperature. The Lethal Triad represents a potentially fatal challenge in trauma, causing organ damage and complications in treating the casualty. In this blog…

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MedTrade launches Celox™ Rapid – the fastest acting battlefield haemostat

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

  Press Release – Tuesday 25th June 2013 MedTrade Products Ltd, developers of a range of advanced wound care products, is delighted to announce the European launch of Celox™ Rapid. The fastest haemostat on the market, Celox™ Rapid has been developed with unique, patented technology, in response to the real needs of battlefield medics and…

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New Trauma Management Research Centre Launches

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

The Trauma Management HTC is a new UK-wide organisation, run from Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, the largest trauma facility in the EU.  It is set up to be a catalyst to “pull” new treatments in trauma into use.  The launch event was held last month at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, where the speakers highlighted some…

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