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  1. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    I just wanted to let you all know I have discovered that Celox is not being delivered to the U.S. at this time and the one U.S. distributor I know (and possibly the onlt one) has notified me that it will be at least 3 months before this is resolved. If you were planning on buying some, now would...
  2. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Seems like there's never ending discussion on this subject so I checked in with Chinook's Director of Product Development. Here's what he had to say about the advantages and benefits of both, and how they're different. Quikclot, QC Advantages - Huge choice of options for many levels of health...
  3. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    I've read quite a bit on both but each have good/bad reviews. I think I'd be fine with either but my bigger question is which one? There are so many different products making it confusing to what I need. For example, they have gauze, 25g packs, 50g packs, 10 packs of 2g ones, etc...I would like...
  4. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Hi all, Does anybody have any experience using Celox or QuickClot? I've been reading about them, but I don't understand how they're used. Once applied to a wound, do they need to be removed? Are they just a temporary measure to staunch the bleeding until you can get medical attention, or can...
  5. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    Medic pack is nearly complete except for a few items... I need sources to obtain the following: Hespan units 1000cc in sterile packages 5% Dextrose units 1000cc in sterile packages Over the needle 18, 20 and 22 ga. catheters sterile packs Butterfly catheters sterile packs Inside the needle...
  6. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    So now Celox comes in a variety of formats, with the newer ones sounding promising. To make the decision about which to get, we need real life field results. Anyone out there have information about the pros, cons, suitability of the different delivery formats? Thanks.
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