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Professional development

eCourse: How to use a haemostat (CE) – Civilian Emergency Response Open
eCourse: How to use a haemostat (CE) – Military Emergency Response Open

Product information

Product Monograph (CE) – Celox haemostats Open
Product Brochure (CE) Open
Product Brochure (FDA) Open

How to instructions

How to use Celox Granules (FDA) Open
How to use Celox – A (CE) Open
How to use Celox – A (FDA) Open
How to use Celox Gauze (FDA) Open
How to use Celox Gauze (CE) Open
How to use Celox Granules (CE) Open
How to use Celox Rapid (CE) Open
How to use Celox Rapid (FDA) Open
How to use Silvapro (FDA) Open

Journals & publications

Traumatic times: The increase in gunshot injuries Visit
A highly porous silica and chitosan-based hemostatic dressing is superior in controlling hemorrhage… Visit
A New Hemostatic Agent: Initial Life-Saving Experience With Celox… Visit
A pre-hospital technique for controlling haemorrhage from traumatic perineal and high amputation injuries Visit
Acute traumatic coagulopathy Visit
An Alternative Hemostatic Dressing: Comparison of CELOX, HemCon, and QuikClot Visit
Catastrophic haemorrhage in military major trauma patients: a retrospective database analysis of haemostatic agents used on the battlefield. Visit
Celox (chitosan) for haemostasis in massive traumatic bleeding: experience in Afghanistan Visit
Chitosan based advanced hemostatic dressing is associated with decreased blood loss in a swine uncontrolled hemorrhage model Visit
Comparative testing of new hemostatic agents in a swine model of extremity arterial and venous hemorrhage Visit
Comparison of Celox‐A, ChitoFlex, WoundStat, and Combat Gauze Hemostatic Agents Versus Standard Gauze Dressing in Control of Hemorrhage in a Swine Model of Penetrating Trauma Visit
Comparison of novel hemostatic dressings with QuikClot combat gauze in a standardized swine model of uncontrolled hemorrhage Visit
Death on the battlefield (2001–2011): Implications for the future of combat casualty care Visit
Exothermic Reaction in Zeolite Hemostatic Dressings: QuikClot ACS and ACS+® Visit
Functional definition and characterization of acute traumatic coagulopathy Visit
Increased matrix synthesis by fibroblasts with decreased proliferation on synthetic chitosan–gelatin porous structures Visit
Injury Severity and Causes of Death From Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom… Visit
Molecular imprinted macroporous chitosan coated mesoporous silica xerogels for hemorrhage control Visit
QuikClot Masquerading as Glaser Shot: A New Forensic Pathology Artifact? Visit
Review of new topical hemostatic dressings for combat casualty care Visit
Studies on chitosan: 4. Lysozymic hydrolysis of partially N-acetylated chitosans Visit
The effect of chitin and chitosan on the proliferation of human skin fibroblasts and keratinocytes Visit
The prehospital treatment of the bleeding patient—Dare to dream Visit
Thermal Injury Resulting from Application of a Granular Mineral Hemostatic Agent Visit
Advanced hemostatic dressings… Visit
Alternative projections of mortality and disability by cause 1990–2020… Visit
Catastrophic haemorrhage in military major trauma patients… Visit
Chitosan based hemostatic dressing is associated with decreased blood loss… Visit
Combat vascular injury: Influence of mechanism of injury on outcome… Visit
Comparison of novel hemostatic dressings with QuikClot… Visit
Epidemiology of Urban Trauma Deaths: A Comprehensive Reassessment 10 Years Later Visit
Overview of Agents Used for Emergency Hemostasis… Visit
Quantifying the healthcare costs of treating severely bleeding major trauma patients… Visit
The European guideline on management of major bleeding and coagulopathy… Visit
WHO – Cause specific mortality and morbidity Visit
WHO – The global burden of disease Visit

Whitepapers & reviews

Chitosan based haemostatic dressing is associated with decreased blood loss Open
Evaluation of the use of hemostatic agents and the residual particles left in the wound Open
Mechanism of action of rapid-action gauze haemostat Open
Reduced application time with a rapid packing gauze haemostat Open
Testing a new gauze haemostat with reduced treatment time Open

Case studies

Celox (Chitosan) in the treatment of traumatic haemorrhages: experience in Afghanistan Visit
A Pre-hospital technique for controlling haemorrhage… Open
Field experience with a chitosan-based heamostat Open


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