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It’s QuikClot or It’s Not

QuikClot Interventional® is a proprietary hemostatic technology consisting of a nonwoven material impregnated with kaolin, an inorganic mineral that activates factor XII,1 which in turn accelerates the body’s natural clotting ability.2,3,4,5 This bleeding control solution has lower mean time to hemostasis,8,12 and may help to improve patient throughput in the Cath Lab.8,12 Minutes mean everything, save time with QuikClot Interventional products.8,12

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Relieve the pressure, minute by minute, hour by hour

QuikClot may help increase patient throughput in the Cath Lab.8,12 When you need to relieve the pressure, and time is routinely against you, it’s QuikClot or it’s not. Minutes saved8,12 may...

  • Achieve higher patient throughput with less time to hemostasis
  • Alleviate recovery room bottlenecks and expedites time to discharge
  • Get more procedures onto the daily schedule
  • Lead to less patient time in the Cath Lab which could lead to higher patient satisfaction


Cath Lab Products

Quikclot interventional - radial bleeding control solution

QuikClot Radial mean compression time is significantly shorter than TR band12

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Quikclot Interventional - femoral bleeding control solutions

Control bleeding faster and reduce manual compression times8

We offer a quick and safe ambulation post coronary diagnostic and PCI via the femoral approach.8 Shorter compression times reduce the total time of the procedure and may lesson discomfort for patients. See clinical evidence below

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Clinical evidence

Radial Application Clinical - Journal of Invasive Cariology.


A synopsis of: Comparison of Hemostasis Times With a Kaolin-Based Hemostatic Pad (QuikClot Radial) vs Mechanical Compression (TR Band) Following Transradial Access: A Pilot Prospective Study | J. Invasive Cardiol 2017;29,(10):328-334 View Online

Authors: Jonathan S. Roberts MD; Jianli Niu, MD, PhD; Juan A. Pastor-Cervantes, MD

Femoral Application Clinical - Eur. Radiol


A synopsis of: A new kaolin-based haemostatic bandage compared with manual compression for bleeding control after percutaneous coronary procedures. | Eur. Radiol.2011;21:1687-1691. View Online

Authors: Daniela Trabattoni, Piero Montorsi, France Fabbiocchi, Alessandro Lualdi, Pamela Gatto, Antonio L. Bartorelli

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