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It’s QuikClot or It’s Not

QuikClot Control+® is a proprietary hemostatic technology, specially formulated for severe internal bleeding,22 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 This solution provides faster bleeding control10 and significantly reduces blood loss.18

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QuikClot Control+ is used in greater than 65% of Level I & Level II Trauma Centers in the US11

Expanding QuikClot Control+ into all your traumatic bleeding scenarios reduces blood loss18 and controls bleeding fast,10 giving you the line of sight21 that could make the difference. When its life or death, It’s QuikClot Control+ or it’s not.

  • Faster bleeding control10 means better visualization21 when it counts the most
  • A drier surgical field allows sites in need of a Definitive Repair to be identified quicker
  • Uses the same placement techniques as standard lap pads and can be used on active bleeding22


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Expand blood loss mitigation into many severe bleeding scenarios

QuikClot Control+ is the first hemostatic dressing indicated for temporary control of internal organ space bleeding for patients displaying severe bleeding (class III and IV).22 See it in action in the OR video section below.

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Product usage guide

Control in your hands, Time on your side

Blood loss mitigation starts before the patient arrives. Expand it with QuikClot Control+ to control internal organ space bleeding or severely bleeding surgical wounds and traumatic injuries.22 Designed specifically for internal use,22 to put time on your side. With QuikClot Control+ there are so many bleeding control uses.22 DOWNLOAD PRODUCT USAGE GUIDE>

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CLinical evidence


A synopsis of: Kaolin-based hemostatic dressing improves hemorrhage control from a penetrating inferior vena cava injury in coagulopathic swine. | J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2017;83,(1):71-76. View Abstract

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