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Celox Rapid

OUR FASTEST ACTING BATTLEFIELD HAEMOSTAT.

The haemostatic of choice by the UK Ministry of Defence1.

  • Works with just 60 seconds compression, or until bleeding stops2

  • Helps stops life-threatening bleeding fast

  • Significantly reduces blood loss3

  • Stops hypothermic bleeding and increases chance of survival4

time is critical

Time is critical when treating severe injuries in the field and saving time increases the chance of survival for the casualty in an emergency or hostile situation.  To be effective in real use, haemostatic dressings need to work fast.

Enhanced Chitosan

Celox Rapid contains Chito-R™ activated chitosan granules that stick to wet tissue in the wound*. Chito-R™ forms an adhesive gel that seals the wound to stop the flow of blood, speeding up compression time.2

Tried and Tested

  • Celox gauze demonstrated a statistically significant improvement in survival (7%) and most evidently in the more severely injured5
  • Independent comparative tests in the form of a meta-analysis reported a statistically significant improvement in survival with Celox Gauze, compared to alternative agents5

Ordering Information

5’ Z-Fold Gauze: FG08839021, NSN: 6510-99-184-6453 

 

To access information on product intended use, warnings, precautions, and contradictions, please click the link below:

Celox Medical – IFUs

*In vivo studies       **In vitro studies

References:

1. Celox. UK MoD Selects Celox Rapid Haemostatic Gauze for all Branches of the UK Military. Cision PR Newswire, 31 Jan, 2018, 15:48 GMT. Available at: https://prn.to/2J51zsI . Accessed September 2019

2. Medtrade Data on file – CSCGRG003

3. Hatamabadi HR, Asayesh Zarchi F, Kariman H, Arhami Dolatabadi A, Tabatabaey A, Amini A. Celox-coated gauze for the treatment of civilian penetrating trauma: a randomized clinical trial. Trauma Mon. 2015 Feb;20(1):e23862. doi: 10.5812/traumamon.23862. Epub 2015 Jan 20. PMID: 25825701; PMCID: PMC4362036.

4. Medtrade Data on file – CSCGRG001

5 .Winstanley M, Smith JE, Wright C. Catastrophic haemorrhage in military major trauma patients: a retrospective database analysis of haemostatic agents used on the battlefield. J R Army Med Corps. 2019 Dec;165(6):405-409. doi: 10.1136/jramc-2018-001031. Epub 2018 Oct 3. PMID: 30287682.

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