Celox Haemostatic Granules - 15g Pack
- Brand: Celox
- Product Code: SA0002D
- Inc. Tax: £16.12
- Clots blood in 30 seconds
- Significantly reduces blood loss
- Clots blood containing anti-coagulants such as Coumadin, Heparin and Warfarin.
- Is effective in clotting hypothermic blood.
- Generates no heat
- Is simple and safe to use and remove.
- Requires no specific training.
Celox™ can stop even potentially lethal bleeding fast. It is easy to use (just pour, pack and apply pressure), very safe (tested to class 3 CE Mark standards) and extremely effective. Celox™ saves lives.
When mixed with blood, Celox™ forms a robust gel like clot in 30 seconds. It works independently of the bodies normal clotting processes. Celox’s™ clotting ability has been proven to work in the cold (hypothermia) or in the presence of common anti-coagulants such as warfarin. It generates no heat and will not burn the casualty or care giver.
In clinical tests by the US marines, Celox™ was the only product to give 100% survival. It gave a strong stable MAP (mean arterial blood pressure) and was also the only product to give robust clotting with no rebleeding**.
Celox’s™ safety has been tested to the intense class 3 CE mark standards. Celox™ is made with chitosan. Chitosan is broken down by lysozyme, a human enzyme, to leave glucosamine, a sugar which is normally found in the body***.
Celox™ does NOT use non degrading procoagulant minerals or nano particles such as smectitie or kaolin, which will remain in the body indefinately unless completely removed.Celox™ is suitable for
- A wide range of bleeding wounds
- Arterial and venous bleeding
- Surface and deep wounds
- Lacerations, grazes and minor cuts
- Save lives
- Reliably stop arterial bleeding**
- Significantly reduce blood loss**
- Clot blood containing anticoagulants like Coumadin (warfarin)*
- Clot hypothermic (cold) blood*
- Generate no heat.
* Details of these tests are available at: www.celoxmedical.com
** Journal Academic Emergency Medicine Jan 08, Pages 74-81
*** Int. J. Biol. Macromol., 1992, Vol 14 August