Valuable tool for those taking care of people who have traumatic wounds.

“I have used it on a variety of wounds and when placed appropriately it is a very good way to control hemorrhage temporarily. It can be used in difficult wounds and I have used it on a variety of wounds to include: cardiac injury, vertebral artery injury, diaphragm, chest wall, pelvic fractures, scalp lacerations, and extremity wounds. While it is not the solution for all sources of hemorrhage, it is an extremely valuable tool fo.....

Your products have made the difference in this war.

“I believe the military services are in good standing order with your product in hand.  BLUF (Bottom Line Up Front):  Your products have made the difference in this war.“ CSM(R) David A. Eddy.  Former MEDCOM CSM for the Army .....

Hopefully my team will never have to use them again, but if we do, I know they can make the difference.

“I got the dressings for my personal IFAK from a medical unit in Taji , Iraq in late 2004. I served as an Infantry Sniper there, and asked for them to ensure my team would have a better chance if wounded while working away from the medics. I did get to employ one when a platoon I was attached to ran across a wounded Iraqi. He had a gunshot wound to the knee, going upwards into the thigh. It was bleeding quite a bit, and the Hem-c.....

Decrease bleeding time from hemodialysis access puncture wound

Use of HemCon Bandages to successfully decrease bleeding time from hemodialysis access puncture wound bleeding in patients with chronic hemodialysis with acquired coagulopathy. These patients often tend to experience prolonged bleeding from the access puncture sites following needle extraction, and the HemCon dressing successfully decreased time to hemostasis. Dialysis Success Story.....

Stops Severe Bleeding From Hemodialysis Puncture Site in 2 Minutes

“We call the HemCon Strip bandages “super bandaids” here in El Paso!  If a procedure we do such as an angiogram that the doctor didn’t suture, we will use a HemCon Strip First Aid which works great. Sometimes, we use them on declot procedures that do require sutures as the patient may still be bleeding due to heparin or TPA that was used. If an angio.....

Pre-hospital use of the HemCon® Bandage Portland, OR civilian EMS system

From the Battlefield to the Street – Poster presentation of the experience of a suburban Fire/EMS agency with the HemCon Bandages and how they successfully incorporated into a Portland, OR civilian EMS system. The HemCon® Bandage was added to all apparatuses of a mixed urban-suburban fire agency in June of 2005. The agency provides first response ALS service to 400,000 and responded to over 24,000 EMS calls in 2004. All p.....

Magen David Adom (MDA), the Israeli national EMS

Review a poster presentation on how HemCon was successfully used to stop severe bleeding in several trauma cases by the Paramedics of Magen David Adom (MDA), the Israeli national EMS system. The primary report includes eight cases. The bandage was used mostly in young patients average age – 30 years (range: 4-75 years), 5 males, and 3 females. .....