Celox Gauze is the most effective haemostatic gauze for emergency bleeding control
Now Z-folded for faster packing.
Haemostatic Gauze - Comparative study sponsored by the US military
Celox Haemostatic Gauze is the treatment for life-threatening bleeding. It uses the proven Celox granules laminated on to a dense gauze, so it is quickly and easily packed into bleeding wounds. The gauze is especially useful in challenging conditions, in wind, rain or poor visibility.
In the recent comparative study sponsored by the US military, Celox Gauze had the least overall blood loss, the highest survival and the highest overall haemostasis of all products.
Celox Gauze is also available z-folded in a compact pack for ease of packing in IFAK and quick packing into wounds.
Celox Gauze is a high density gauze, impregnated with the proven Celox granules, individually sterile packed in a ruggedized pouch with tear notches for fast opening. It is available in a 1.5 m, z-folded pack for a compact product for individual first aid kits and 3 m roll, ideal for the medic or vehicle kit.
Celox Haemostatic Gauze has many applications especially in the following markets:
Military & Security
Celox Gauze has been evaluated and is adopted as standard by several NATO military medical corps and is now approved for use by the US military. Celox has a substantial history of use on the battlefield (with conventional and special forces) where it has repeatedly shown its effectiveness.
You never know what you’ll be up against next. Car crashes, assaults on your colleagues, injuries from falls or disputes that end badly. You’re the common thread to these emergencies and it’s your job to save lives.
Workplace and Remote Medicine
Accidents and injuries can happen anywhere, but in some occupations the specific hazards, or being hours from a hospital can significantly increase the risk. Whether you are on expedition, working in forestry, merchant shipping or oil exploration, you need to be prepared to deal with serious injuries. In remote settings or expeditions, you need to be self-reliant until you can reach good medical care.