Gunshot syringe.This Sponge-Filled Syringe Can Plug a Gunshot Wound in 20 Seconds

 

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These shots come with an extra-large dose of party fun! Ez-Inject Syringe Shots look just like oversized syringes that dispense precise 1oz portions of your favorite party beverage. Fill the reusable syringes by dipping the nozzles and pulling back on the plungers; press the plungers to release the drinks! Use these shot syringes as perfect accessories for your nurse costume or doctor costume!Brand: ROYAL PENN PRODUCTS LLC. Revolutionizes the treatment of gunshot and knife wounds. XSTAT is the only injectable wound treatment that immediately controls hemorrhage from penetrating wounds where other methods fail. XSTAT® is a first-in-kind hemostatic device for the treatment of gunshot and shrapnel wounds. XSTAT works by injecting small, rapidly-expanding sponges into a wound cavity using a syringe-like applicator. The plastic jello shot syringe has a wide opening tip for easy fill. Dip it into the Jello shot mixture, pull back the plunger and squirt into your mouth when you’re ready to take the shot REUSABLE AND DISHWASHER SAFE These plastic syringes for jello shots are dishwasher-safe and made of sturdy plastic that’s percent reusable/5().

 

Gunshot syringe.Ez-Inject Syringe Shots 25ct | Party City

These shots come with an extra-large dose of party fun! Ez-Inject Syringe Shots look just like oversized syringes that dispense precise 1oz portions of your favorite party beverage. Fill the reusable syringes by dipping the nozzles and pulling back on the plungers; press the plungers to release the drinks! Use these shot syringes as perfect accessories for your nurse costume or doctor costume!Brand: ROYAL PENN PRODUCTS LLC. Dec 09,  · A sponge-filled syringe designed to close up gaping gunshot wounds in seconds has been approved for use in America’s civilian population. Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Revolutionizes the treatment of gunshot and knife wounds. XSTAT is the only injectable wound treatment that immediately controls hemorrhage from penetrating wounds where other methods fail. XSTAT® is a first-in-kind hemostatic device for the treatment of gunshot and shrapnel wounds. XSTAT works by injecting small, rapidly-expanding sponges into a wound cavity using a syringe-like applicator.
 
 
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This Sponge-Filled Syringe Can Plug a Gunshot Wound in 20 Seconds

A syringe filled with sponges that expand upon release to stop a gunshot wound from bleeding in 20 seconds flat will soon be made available to ambulance staff in the US. The 30 mm-diameter syringe is filled with 92 compressed cellulose sponges covered in an absorbent coating and coagulant. These tablet-shaped sponges measure 9. As soon as they come into contact with blood, the sponges rapidly expand to about 10 times their original size, and swell to fill the wound cavity in about 20 seconds to form a temporary blockage for the blood flow.

According to RevMedx , the device can stop the bleeding for about four hours, and up to three applicators can be used if the wound is particularly severe. It’s super effective, because rather than applying pressure to the wound from the outside – like you would if you wrapped it tightly with a bandage – the pressure comes from inside the wound to address every potential site of bleeding.

Each sponge contains a radiopaque marker so it can be easily detected with x-ray imaging. These areas are perfect for XSTAT 30, says the FDA , but the new device is not suited to treating gunshot wounds on parts of the chest, pelvis, abdomen, or just above the collarbone. According to the video below, gunshot wounds usually take around 3 or 4 minutes to compress and block off, during which time a life-threatening amount of blood can often be lost.

Cutting this time down to mere seconds is expected to have a significant impact on recovery time.