Adventure Medical QuikClot Sport

Priced: $10.95 - $17.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 11 reviews.
Adventure Medical QuikClot Sport -
A must for any first aid or emergency kit, Quikclot Sport stops moderate to severe bleeding until further medical help is available. Quikclot is a chemically inert material in a mesh bag that speeds coagulation of blood, resulting in a stable clot that stops bleeding Stops bleeding quicker than conventional methods and is safe to leave on wounds until more advanced medical help arrives Package contains a 5 x 5 in. (50g) bag of Quikclot for coverage of large wounds.

Sizing:

  • 5 x 5 in (12.7 x 12.7 cm) provides coverage up to moderate size wounds

Hydration:

  • New Hydrated Formula Generates Less Heat

Features:

  • Each package contains a 50 g bag of QuikClot
  • Easy to use, QuikClot agent can be applied in any direction and allows the administrator to apply pressure
  • 50g
  • Stops Bleeding Fast
  • Promotes blood coagulation for stable clots
  • Easy to Apply Mesh Pouch Dressing
  • This proven system is used and carried by emergency responders, military and law enforcement
  • Safe to leave on wounds until you reach advanced care
Oregon Mountain Community
The Adventure Medical Kits QuikClot Sport is an essential addition to first aid kits small or large. QuikClot is an chemically inert material suspended in a porous surgical mesh bag which works to speed coagulation and stop bleeding.

Mountain Gear
As your adventures tend to take you far away from immediate medical attention, be prepared for cuts of all sorts with QuikClot Sport from Adventure Medical Kits.

Backcountry Edge

As we all know, accidents can happen and major bleeding in the backcountry is a significant concern. The hydrated formula in Adventure Medical Kits QuikClot Sport stops bleeding fast and buys you time to seek full medical attention.


Backcountry.com
A hatchet to the foot or a gunshot wound to the shin isn't funny, unless there was juggling involved. Either way, the Adventure Medical Quikclot Sport Pack uses a chemically inert substance to stop the bleeding faster than just applying pressure can. Two sizes (depending on inventory) of chemically treated mesh sponges lets you safely and more effectively reduce blood loss while you get your victim to the hospital.
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Country of Origin:USA
Duration of Trip:1 use
Material:Deionized water / isopropyl alcohol / cetyl alcohol
Number of People:1
Weight:1.75 oz

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Adventure Medical QuikClot Sport Reviews:

Reviews:

HOPE NEVER TO HAVE TO REVIEW: So this is just to suggest and encourage ALL to have this on hand for any out-door activities. It weighs 'nothing', and just so worth it, just in case, even if not for you or yours, maybe someone else in trouble. I cycle mostly, and just got this product, and the A.M.K. .9 and will be adding this to it, to carry in my hydration pack.
*Great Kit, glad I listened to reviews, as the larger kit (though better furnished, would have been just too large/heavy for "done-in-a-day" cycling. Will be getting the larger kit for carrying in the car/home. And what a thoughtful gift for that out-doors' person in your life!
RECOMMED BOTH!

Debbie Conti at Backcountry.com on 05/23/2013

Quickclot is a great idea for in anyones medical kit. I have an AMK .9 kit, and added a pouch of Quickclot. It's not that heavy, and it really does work. In mountaineering and ice climbing, having so many sharp points that are looking to get a piece of you, this could save your life or your partners (As long as you have decent medical experience!)

Ryan Roeber at Backcountry.com on 03/16/2013

A Must Have For Camping, Hiking!

This is one of those things that when you need it... You NEED it! Always have a couple in the truck kit and on the boat. Have used the 50g when camping with Scouts and a 14 yr old fell on rocks and recieved severe laceration on shoulder. Could have stopped bleeding other ways, but this worked quick and easy.
Filch at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2010

I've seen QuickClot in action and it works. I keep two 25g packages in my first aid kit along with a SAM splint. $12 is a small price to pay to put the brakes on a heavy bleeder in a hurry. Plenty of other methods to slow bleeding without these, but why not use the tech if it's there?

Austin H. at Backcountry.com on 11/13/2012

I keep a couple in my car and one in each pack just in case. I haven't had to use them on anything too serious yet thankfully, but if something more serious were to happen I know I would be prepared. I've seen this stuff in action and it works.

Alex Martin at Backcountry.com on 09/05/2013

My two year old had to get 8 stitches from a fall. He was bleeding profusely from his forehead & within 20 seconds of compressing the wound with the pack, the bleeding had completely stopped. I certainly recommend this product & am purchasing more.

lpzgrn at Backcountry.com on 08/10/2013

Works great!!

I had an accident recently and had to use this product. It worked GREAT! I had a severe(really deep) laceration and used this quick clot. It worked wonders till I was able to get to the emergancy room. I would use this product again!
twister kate at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2009

Piece of Mind

While I haven't had to use this product in an actual emergency, I love the piece of mind from having it with me in the back country. It is small enough that it stays in my gear and goes with me everywhere.
woodsrunner66 at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2010

Added to Boy Scout Troop Kit

Similar tech good reviews from military dads in my Boy Scout troop. Added two (2) to troop group kit for peace of mind. Hopefully won't use.
Troop 220 EMT at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2010

Just in case

If you dont live next door to a hospital you should have this on hand! Hope you never need it, just in case if you do!
tinshooter at Mountain Gear on 02/02/2010