Only QuikClot® hemostatic devices contain kaolin, proven to accelerate natural clotting and stop bleeding fast.1-5

Hospital

Achieves hemostasis efficiently when time is a factor1-5

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EMS/First Responders

Controls hemorrhaging when every moment counts1-5

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Law Enforcement

Stops bleeding fast until advanced medical help arrives1-5

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Military

The #1 hemostatic device for all 5 US military branches6

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