Celox Rapid Blood Clot Gauze Bandage

Z-Fold Gauze is an instinctive way of using Celox RAPID to stop even severe bleeding. Just pack the wound and apply pressure - it’s safe, easy and very effective.


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Celox™ RAPID is the fastest acting hemostatic dressing, reducing treatment time and blood loss. It packs faster, requires minimal post-application compression, reduces blood loss and provides greater stability in evacuation compared to traditional products. Celox™ RAPID is proven to stop bleeding independent of the clotting cascade, which is critical to survival in the hypovolemic, hypothermic or anticoagulated patient.  Celox™ RAPID gauze can be rapidly applied to a wound within half the time of competitive devices. This product has been proven in vivo testing to stop major arterial bleeding by coagulating blood within 1 minute, reducing additional blood loss.

Celox™ RAPID gauze is suitable for:

Severe high pressure bleeding
Arterial and venous bleeding
Wound packing
All topical bleeding wounds

Requires minimal compression time compared to 3 minutes of compression for Combat Gauze. (per instructions for use)
Celox™ RAPID is the only hemostatic cleared by the FDA for one (1) minute of compression
Celox™ RAPID gauze reduces blood loss by 60% compared to Combat Gauze.
Celox™ RAPID gauze uses the same chitosan technology as Celox™ gauze, which obtained highest observed survival of 90% versus 70% by Combat Gauze XL™ in US DOD testing.
Product Attributes
Works independent of the clotting cascade
Ideal treatment for tourniquet conversion of prolonged field care casualties
Utilizes 60% less material compared to Combat Gauze to achieve better results 
Improved hemostatic, proven to stop moderate to severe bleeding, even in coagulopathic patients 
Clinical Benefits
5’ Z-Fold packs faster than other 12’ competitive gauzes.
Less compression time compared to Combat Gauze
Demonstrates decreased secondary blood loss in comparison to Combat Gauze
Maintains volume and adhesion to wet tissue during use, helping it to stay in place during evacuation while maintaining hemostasis