Sponge-filled syringe can plug severe wounds in seconds

Stopping severe blood loss quickly can be the difference between life and death. Yet, doing so can be extremely tricky. That was, until the invention and approval of the XSTAT 30, a syringe filled with compressed sponges that expand and effectively stop blood loss when injected into a wound cavity. In fact, it’s so effective it can stop bleeding within 20 seconds after contact, much more effective than any traditional tourniquet can do. The syringe will be key in helping first-responders provide respite to patients and it can be used for four hours until a patient can receive surgical treatment.

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Sponge-filled syringe can plug severe wounds in seconds

Stopping severe blood loss quickly can be the difference between life and death. Yet, doing so can be extremely tricky. That was, until the invention and approval of the XSTAT 30, a syringe filled with compressed sponges that expand and effectively stop blood loss when injected into a wound cavity. In fact, it’s so effective it can stop bleeding within 20 seconds after contact, much more effective than any traditional tourniquet can do. The syringe will be key in helping first-responders provide respite to patients and it can be used for four hours until a patient can receive surgical treatment.

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