Gear: QuikClot Combat Gauze


QuikClot Combat Gauze

Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Personal Protection
Price: MSRP $34.99
Average Rating:
(5 Votes)

QuikClot® Combat Gauze™ combines surgical gauze with a proprietary inorganic material that stops arterial and venous bleeding in seconds – even more rapidly in this format than earlier Z-Medica products. Based on a different mineral than zeolite-based QuikClot® products, it generates no heat. It shares the benefit of being inert and non-allergenic. QuikClot® Combat Gauze™ comes in single roll package. Roll is four yards long by three inches wide.

Member Reviews

  • Ec_max30
    ElizabethC, Sat, 26 Jul 2008 05:05:16 UTC.
    1st review

    Set aside whatever you may like or dislike about traditional QuikClot and look at this product as something entirely different. No heat. No granules. No sponges. This may look and feel like ordinary soft qauze, but it is capable of stopping the worst bleed in less than 4 mins. (equal to a 100gram sponge) We started offering this as a substitute for the QuikClot First Responder sponges in the GSW Kit that we have on State Contract for DPS. Officers can also buy Combat Gauze for themselves - it's so compact that it can be carried in a small pouch on a duty belt or tac vest. This is a GREAT product - a true LIFESAFER!!

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    bilzy7, Mon, 08 Jun 2009 16:09:29 UTC.

    yeah great product like guy above me stated. my whole unit got issued them and everyone has one in their medic pouch.

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  • Woods_max30
    Uncon214, Wed, 30 Dec 2009 05:19:24 UTC.

    Best trauma wound pack available

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  • Hockey_polar_bears_max30
    woofy, Tue, 20 Jul 2010 05:55:37 UTC.

    hope i never have to use it but glad i have it

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  • 9714220880097_max30
    medic75, Thu, 15 Sep 2011 01:47:11 UTC.

    This product is years ahead what we were using. Of course in a year or so I will say that about the new product but for the last three years this has dominated. Using this in a military or a civilian setting it is the best you can get. I recommend anyone that considers themselves a Medic to carry this in their kit. I have seen this control femoral lacerations (inguinal) in well under the three minute recommended time.

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