Celox A Applicator Hemostatic Plunger

Celox A Applicator Hemostatic Plunger

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Celox A hemostatic application Plunger system NSN# 6510-01-623-9943 provides 6g's of chitosan hemostatic granules by a barrel and plunger means, for arterial and venous bleeding in gunshot or stab wounds. The first high-speed hemostatic delivery system for gunshot, blast, or stab wounds. The applicator was designed to give the caregiver a simple and effective tool to apply Celox to the source of severely bleeding wounds. When placed directly into a bleeding wound and subjected to pressure CELOX absorbs blood and forms an adhesive gel that seals the wound to stop the flow of blood. Celox has repeatedly and reliably demonstrated the ability to stop arterial bleeding in independent US Navy severe bleeding tests(1). In a published 2011 comparison(2), Celox-A outperformed Combat Gauze in a lethal penetrating trauma model in both Initial Hemostasis and Survival. 8.7 x 3.9 inch.

Celox A Applicator Plunger Features:

  • When mixed with blood, Celox forms a robust gel like clot in 30 seconds.
  • Independent in vivo testing showed 100% success in achieving hemostasis & reduced blood loss compared to other treatments
  • Tested in a model of casualty evacuation, achieving 100% successful transport without re-bleeding
  • Coated gauze allows for controlled placement at the source of bleeding
  • Proven to control arterial bleeding within minutes
  • Works in hypothermic conditions
  • Clots heparinized blood
  • FDA cleared to work on anti-coagulated blood
  • Generates no heat No chemical exothermic reaction (heat) therefore no burning 
  • Sterile, waterproof packaging
  • Easy to irrigate from wound
  • Applied using basic first aid skills
  • Size: 6 gram


Q: What is the main difference between QuickClot brand & Celox brand? A: Three main differences are...#1 - QuickClot will require wound debridement, Celox does not.  #2 - QuickClot is exothermic which can cause additional damage, Celox is not.  #3 - QuickClot does not work with hypothermic blood, Celox does!