QuikClot Advanced Clotting Gauze – 3 x 48 in
- Includes 1 piece of sterile Z-fold blood clotting gauze that easily fits in any trauma kit
- Nonallergenic first aid gauze accelerates natural blood clotting and stops bleeding within minutes
- Used by hospitals, EMS/first responders, military, law enforcement, general public & outdoorsman
- Fits perfectly in any first aid kit, suture kit, medical kit, iFAK pouch, EDC pouch & survival kits
- Travel safely with QuikClot in your car first aid kit, camping essentials & backpack emergency kit
With QuikClot First Aid Advanced Clotting Gauze, you have the power to stop bleeding in the palm of your hand. Tested and proven through years of combat use by the U.S. Military, QuikClot can be depended on to save time when every second counts. The hemostatic gauze works on contact to stop bleeding by accelerating your body’s natural clotting process, clotting blood five times faster. This pack contains two clotting gauze pads impregnated with kaolin, the same technology used by the US troops to stop even the worst bleeding wounds. Kaolin activates fibers in the blood plasma – makes them sticky, traps platelets and stops bleeding fast! Inorganic and inert, kaolin is non-allergenic, making it safe and effective to use. QuikClot’s extremely absorbent combat wound gauze is flexible and pliable, easily contouring to injuries while allowing you to get to the nearest medical center; similar to an israeli bandage wrap. QuikClot is also perfect tactical gear for hunters and outdoorsman, fitting easily in a first aid kit for camping and hiking alongside of your other camping accessories. Make QuikClot a part of your survival gear and equipment so you and your first aid kits are prepared when emergencies occur.
|Dimensions||4.41 × 0.43 in|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||
4.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches
Adventure Medical Kits
|Number of Items||
AMK QuikClot Gauze 3 inch x 4 foot
3 in x 4 ft
|Date First Available ||
August 22, 2019
Adventure Medical Kits
10 reviews for QuikClot Advanced Clotting Gauze – 3 x 48 in
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Critical for trauma kitGot the zip stitch too, but first you have to stop the bleeding.
Christopher Collins –
Works great and cheaper than urgent care or ERAfter cutting off a piece of the tip of my finger on a deli slicer, I bought a few boxes. Had another deli slicer accident but only took off a few millimeters the second time. I wrapped the wound with QuickClot then covered in gauze and held it all down with a rubber band. The bleeding stopped in a few minutes.If you don’t have insurance, this is much cheaper than getting stitches at urgent care or the ER. And less painful than stitches. I highly recommend for a first aid kit as they work far better than a band aid or even a tourniquet for flesh wounds.Stock up if you’re a SHTF type of person.
Amazon Customer –
It stops the bleedingI am on blood thinners. Soon after some in patient surgery on my arms I began bleeding. One of my daughters, a registered nurse, came over and applied Bleed Stop to both wounds. The bleeding coagulated. We redressed the wounds and I quickly healed. I now keep bleed stop in my medicine cabinet and in my trauma kit for bicycle riding.
Kathy M. –
Peppers kit.Bought for any bleeding emergency. Better safe than sorry.
Must have for those on blood thinnersGood to have for those on blood thinners.
Michael Hillard –
Rapid shipping!QuikClot is expensive any where you look – but is an absolute MUST have item.
Easy peasy!I have been buying Quick Clot products for years to keep in various first aid kits. Never had to use one. Then a couple years ago my youngest son was cutting up a deer and cut himself on the forearm. Must have been a pretty deep cut because he couldn’t stop the bleeding with direct pressure. Slapped one of the Quick Clot sponges on the wound and it stopped bleeding very quickly. A doctor visit and a couple of stitches and he was fine. Maybe you will never need it. Then again…
Dr. James D. Harris –
It worksIf you’re on blood thinners or anti-coagulants, throw a couple of these in your fishing tackle box or first aid kit. Bouncing around in a boat trying to cut bait can provide the opportunity for a bad cut. This will stop the leakage.
Keith Vreeland –
Good product, FSA paid for itI had end-of-year FSA funds to use up, so I got a few of these along with some other items. Packaging is new. Item is flat and very lightweight. Expiration date is 8/28,2022. I disagree with the usage instructions, which say “For external use only” Why can’t this be used for wound packing? A NOTE ON THOSE DATES: from what I’ve been able to ascertain, these hemostatic products will last “indefinitely” past their expo date. The FDA makes the companies give their products an expiration date, but they will last for a long time as long as they are kept sealed and dry.
Legit as it can getI haven’t had to use it, but I trust what it says and can do SO yeah would recommend if your job is dangerous.