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I know there has been lots of discussion on Quickclot and Celox but thought it might be good to have a thread to post links to research or first-hand accounts, or to post your own first-hand accounts (either as giver or receiver or observer in actual cases) . Please keep accounts and research within 5 years from present and date your account as technology is not static.

To start with:

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/119413614/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0 (Academic Emergency Medicine
Volume 15 Issue 1, Pages 74 - 81 -- An Alternative Hemostatic Dressing: Comparison of CELOX, HemCon, and QuikClot)

A blog devoted to hemostatic technology:
http://medicalhemostat.blogspot.com/
down the right side he's got links so you can look within the blog for various things like Celox, Quikclot, etc
 

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Information is Ammunition
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A former co worker was a medic in 1st Cav, we got into a few conversations about quick clot, mostly how it reacts when it hits salt water or blood- get really hot so I'm told. It was also removed in its powder form a while back because the granules would find their way into an open vessel wound and cause a bad clot somewhere. I have some of the athletic bandages, which have the powder in webbing inside it.
 
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