Adventure Medical QuikClot Advanced Clotting Sponge - 25g

Adventure Medical QuikClot Advanced Clotting Sponge - 25g
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QuikClot® Advanced Clotting Sponge - 25g

The QuikClot® Advanced Clotting Sponge puts blood-clotting power in the palm of your hand. This easy-to-use device is made from zeolite beads in a sterile, non-adherent mesh bag. You simply apply QuikClot® Advanced Clotting Sponge over the bleeding area to speed clotting and treat injuries while waiting for advanced medical help. Each package contains one 3.5" x 3.5" (25g) QuikClot® sponge.

Kit Details
  • Size: 3.5" x 3.5"
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Single Use

Ideal Uses
  • Hiking / Backpacking
  • Alpine / Rock Climbing
  • Mountain / Road Biking
  • Urban / Family / Camping
  • Expeditions / Adventure Travel
  • Hunting / Fishing
  • Off Roading
  • Emergency Prep

Features & Benefits
  • Stops Bleeding
    QuikClot® Advanced Clotting Sponge uses zeolite, a common mineral, to help blood clot up to three times faster than blood on its own
  • Safe and Effective
    Clotting beads are contained in a sterile, non-adherent mesh bag
  • Easy to use
    The bag is easy to apply and easy to remove
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