Public Access Hemorrhage Control
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You cannot predict a bleeding event, but you can prepare for one. The QuikClot® Bleeding Control Bag® puts life-saving technology in your hands, giving you the power to treat multiple injuries should an event occur.
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Uncontrolled bleeding is a major cause of preventable deaths.
With QuikClot hemostatic devices, first responders
can stop bleeding faster, more effectively,
and without excessive costs.
Approximately 40% of trauma-related deaths worldwide
are due to bleeding or its consequences, establishing
hemorrhage as the most common cause
of preventable death in trauma.1
CAUTION: Certain QuikClot® products require medical oversight by a qualified licensed medical professional. Please refer to product details, including instructions for use, and/or contact a Z-Medica sales representative. Kits and their configurations are subject to change without notice.
Mass casualty events – acts of terrorism, natural disasters, or intentional acts of violence – require certain preparedness and response. Using QuikClot products in these situations can save lives by controlling bleeding.
Since 1999, 91 mass casualty events have been recorded. These tragedies have resulted in the death of 3,487 individuals and injuries to nearly 7,000 more.2
A study of 160 active shooter events in the United States between 2000-20133
- Curry N, Hopewell S, Doree C, Hyde C, Brohi K, Stanworth S. The acute management of trauma hemorrhage: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Crit Care. 2011;15(2):R92.
- Stop the Bleeding Coalition website http://www.stopthebleedingcoalition.com/get-the-facts.html. Updated: 18 July 2014. Accessed 24 February 2016.
- Blair, J. Pete, and Schweit, Katherine W. (2014). A Study of Active Shooter Incidents, 2000 - 2013. Texas State University and Federal Bureau of Investigation, US Department of Justice, Washington D.C. 2014.