WoundClot: Revolutionising Treatment for Knife Injuries

WoundClot is an essential tool for addressing knife injuries. Its inclusion in our public access and personal bleed kits underlines its unmatched versatility compared to traditional haemostatic agents.

Understanding the Unique Capabilities of WoundClot

Many haemostatic agents are primarily designed for wound packing. However, WoundClot offers dual benefits: it’s perfect for both packing severe injuries and surface applications. This duality proves invaluable when treating wounds resulting from knife crimes.

The Anatomy of a Knife Injury

Consider an instance where a knife penetrates the body. The instinct might be to remove it, but doing so could exacerbate the injury. The embedded knife, despite its harm during entry, could be averting more significant damage by its current positioning. It’s crucial to leave the knife in place and focus on controlling the bleeding.

Applying WoundClot

For a wound inflicted by a knife, WoundClot can be torn and applied to either side of the injury. Once in contact with blood, it swiftly forms a gel-like clot, halting further bleeding. The wound can then be stabilised with conventional dressings and bandages.

Addressing Varied Knife Injuries with WoundClot

Knife crimes often manifest as stabs or slashes, each requiring different interventions. WoundClot’s versatility shines here, with its adaptability to various sizes and wound types. Whether it’s a 10×10 cm pad or an 8×20 cm one, WoundClot can be tailored to fit the injury. The larger Z-Fold variant covers extensive injuries with ease.

The No-Pressure Advantage

One of WoundClot’s standout features is its efficacy without needing to apply excessive pressure. In stressful situations, especially among the untrained, this is a game-changer. Its user-friendly nature makes it a superior choice for inclusion in bleed kits, ensuring effective treatment even in the hands of novices.

For comprehensive information on first aid training or equipment, get in touch at 01206 805359, or drop an email to support@protrainings.uk. For equipment needs, browse through www.protrainings.uk or www.first-aid-online.co.uk.


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