Celox RAPID Z-Folded Gauze
|Size||1 Count (Pack of 1)|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3 x 3 x 0.75 inches|
- Celox Rapid is suitable for:
- Severe high pressure bleeding
- Arterial and venous bleeding
- Bullet, blast, knife and shrapnel wounds
- Wound packing. Applying through strong blood flows. Application to all bleeding wounds
NSN 6510-01-623-9903 Celox™ Rapid gauze stops severe arterial bleeding with only one minute of compression applied. This saves valuable time in an emergency as well as reducing blood loss. Independent in vivo testing showed 100 % success in achieving hemostasis and reduced blood loss compared to other treatments. Celox™ Rapid forms an adhesive gel that seals the wound. The product has also been tested in a model of casualty evacuation, achieving 100 % successful transport without re-bleeding. Celox™ Rapid is provided in a compact z-folded format making it easy to use and carry. Dimensions: One Gauze Strip: 3″ x 5′ (7.6cm x 1.5M) Dimensions: 4.25″ H x 5.25″ W x .5″ D (packaged) Weight: 1.1 oz
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|Dimensions||3 × 0.75 in|
|Product Dimensions ||
3 x 3 x 0.75 inches; 1.1 Ounces
|Item model number ||
|Date First Available ||
September 21, 2012
10 reviews for Celox RAPID Z-Folded Gauze
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Mr. D –
Hope I don’t need it, glad I got it.Ordered from Rescue Essentials on 6/2022, exp date 7/2027. Very happy with such a long exp date. Hope I never need it, but I’d be pissed if I was bleedingout somewhere and my last words were, “wish I spent the money on thattttt……” *slumps over*
Some Guy –
Go-To for critical incidentsI won’t lie, this stuff is expensive. Why? Because it’s worth it. When dealing with trauma out in the field, many deaths are preventable by stopping blood loss. Many tactically minded people are packing IFAK kits. You never know when it will come in handy (even something like witnessing a car accident – seconds can count when blood starts flowing).The biggest benefit to Celox is that it is treated with a hemostatic agent. When you need to pack a wound, this is the stuff to use. In addition, it’s not like other gauze that you might find in a $20 first aid kit. This is heavy duty stuff. If you’ve ever worked with it, you’ve seen the difference immediately.When seconds count, don’t mess around. Don’t cheap out. Every IFAK kit needs this.
Bryan NAAGA –
The latest hotness.A retired SF instructor dude in my recent FEMA sponsored TECC (“tactical” emergency casualty care) course, not to be confused with TCCC, recommended these new Celox Rapid z-fold guaze for extremity wound packing and less minor surface wounds.Ok, check. Ordered two to update a few aging MARCH trauma first aid kits. Too easy. The old ones will go into the [training use only] bag.One is none, two is one, three is fun, and 10 makes for 5-10 MARCH kits.Trauma First Aid MARCH kit:M – Massive HemorrhageA – AirwayR – RespiratoryC – CirculationH – Head injury & HypothermiaFirst get formally trained, and then get properly equipped. The life you save may be your own.
Perfect sizeAfter a trauma first aid class, I put together my “30 second” kit. You have 4 minutes to deal with an obstructed airway or cardiac arrest. You have 30 seconds to deal with a cut artery.I took an old glucose monitor kit pouch, gloves, tourniquet and clot gauze to make a personal pocket size kit. This package is thin enough to keep the combination cargo pocket size.Hope to never use any of these items. If needed, no paramedic can get there fast enough to help. Plan for the worst and hope for the best. Most people skip the planning part and spend their life hoping for the best.
Dixon Yerbut –
Great product. 3 years till expire datesSolid product, bought it 7/2020Expires 8/2023Manufacture says it is good beyond expire dates. No ifak is complete without a hemostatic agent.Buy it.Probably the best on the market. Price could be cheaper but you get what you pay for.
Brian S. –
Must have item for range/patrol IFAKGreat item for a “blowout/trauma kit”. It was recommended by a team of paramedics who taught a Stop the Bleed training I attended.
Typical AmazonSTOP PUTTING LABELS ON THE PACKAGE ITSELF. ESPECIALLY MEDICAL PRODUCTS. KINDA SELF EXPLANATORY WHY YOU DONT DO THAT.
John C. –
Great AlternativeGreat alternative to Quikclot Z Combat Gauze.
Eric Johnson –
Almost perfectPerfect size for an IFAK and a bigger square than the quick clot brand gauze that’s sold on Amazon. Had to take a star off though because it does not have a dye for surgeons to find all of the gauz when in the OR
Good gauzeOverall this is great gauze and the packaging around it is suitable for storage and travel.However, I have to give it 4 stars because of the price.You can find cheaper triangular and Z fold gauze for this price.