QuikClot Combat Gauze TraumaPad<sup>&reg;</sup>

QuikClot Combat Gauze TraumaPad®

QuikClot Combat Gauze TraumaPad® is a 12-inch x 12-inch soft, white, nonwoven, hydrophilic gauze impregnated with kaolin, an inorganic mineral that is both safe and effective in accelerating the body's natural clotting cascade without any exothermic reactions or use of animal or human proteins.

QuikClot Combat Gauze TraumaPad® contains an X-ray detectable strip for easy identification.

Each QuikClot Combat Gauze TraumaPad®, Item #210, NSN 6510-01-583-4870 is packaged in an easy-tear pouch, vacuum sealed and has five year expiration.

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