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BloodStop Hemostatic Gauze

By: on June 01, 2016
$16.99
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"I dare you." "Hey dude, watch this." "Wanna try to make some money on YouTube?" These are just a few of the calling cards leading to one's introduction to BloodStop, a hemostatic gauze that adheres to spewing wounds and shuts off their bleeding in less than a minute.

BloodStop is made from a biodegradable, non-irritating natural fiber cellulose that conforms to wounds with a gel seal and allows their natural healing. The gauze is also water-soluble so it will wash off without irritating the wound surface or interrupting the healing process. BloodStop boxes include 10 individual packets of gauze; 8 measure 1" x 1" and 2 are 2" x 2". In addition to cuts and abrasions, BloodStop can also be used to stop nose bleeds.

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