Hemostatic Granules

Our proprietary hemostatic granules have been shown to stop bleeding in minutes on a broad variety of wounds and have been proven effective in the presence of common anticoagulants (Johnson et al). We offer a range of products for use in various areas throughout the hospital to effectively control bleeding and reduce blood loss. Please visit our product portfolio to learn more about product offerings, suggested areas of use, and how supplied.  

OMNI-STAT hemostatic granules can be used on a broad variety of wounds as they conform well to irregular wounds and help seek the source of bleeding. They are ideal for areas that are difficult to suture such as lacerations, venous leg ulcers and skin tears on elderly patients with thin skin (Snyder and Sigal, 2013).

Celox-A hemostatic granules are pre-loaded into an applicator for ease of use and can be used for moderate to severe bleeding caused by knife or bullet wounds and shrapnel from blasts.

Trauma

Trauma is a life threatening injury or event that causes serious injury to the body.  Trauma centers throughout the country, whether Level 1 or Level IV, are required to maintain surgically directed critical care services to treat these life threatening injuries.  

When it comes to bleeding control, uncontrolled hemorrhage from gun shot wounds, stab wounds and blast injuries can lead to death within minutes.  In an environment where every minute counts in an effort to reduce blood loss and save lives, our advanced hemostatic agents can help maintain rapid control of bleeding. Our proprietary granule technology has even been proven effective in the presence of common anticoagulants.   

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Emergency Room

Emergency physicians face the unique challenge of treating a diverse patient population whose individual care requires a vast breadth of knowledge across the spectrum of emergency medicine.

The specific wounds vary considerably as do the patient characteristics with many patients using anticoagulant drugs. For patients presenting with bleeding wounds, the variety of presentations and varying degrees of severity offers numerous challenges in terms of achieving hemostasis.

OMNI-STAT® is a topical temporary external hemostat that helps rapidly and safely stop bleeding. It is effective for patients using common anticoagulant drugs (Millner, 2010, Koksal, 2011 & Data on file). Rapid hemostasis may allow for shorter patient length of stay and better management of valuable staff resources by reducing blood loss and any associated risks.

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Surgical Hemostat

Use in Operating Rooms

The operating room involves a team of highly skilled clinicians where every minute counts in helping patients undergoing surgery. Controlling bleeding in a quick and efficient manner helps minimise blood loss and allows more efficient utilisation of valuable operating room time. Many common wounds like necrotic and chronic wounds requiring particularly aggressive post sharp debridement require a fast acting surgical hemostat like OMNI-STAT®.

OMNI-STAT® is a topical temporary external hemostat that helps rapidly and safely stop bleeding. It is effective for patients using common anti-coagulant drugs (Millner, 2010, Koksal, 2011 & Data on file). Rapid hemostasis may allow for shorter patient operating times leading to better management of valuable staff resources and also helping to reduce blood loss and any associated risks. For more information see Bleeding Control with a Topical Hemostatic Agent: Chopart’s Amputation.

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Wound Clinic

Wound care physicians face unique challenges when treating bleeding wounds. Many patients treated are using common anti-coagulant drugs making fast, stable clotting more difficult and time consuming. Many common wounds like necrotic and chronic wounds requiring particularly aggressive post sharp debridement require a fast acting hemostat like OMNI-STAT®.

OMNI-STAT® is a topical temporary external hemostat that helps rapidly and safely stop bleeding. It is effective for patients using common anti-coagulant drugs (Millner, 2010, Koksal, 2011 & Data on file). Rapid hemostasis may allow for shorter patient length of stay and better management of valuable staff resources and also helping to reduce blood loss and any associated risks.

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