BleedCEASE First Aid
BleedCEASE STERILE PACKINGS
BleedCEASE's natural fiber releases calcium, a clotting factor, upon contact with blood. The calcium accelerates the clotting process and continues to be released until the bleeding has stopped. It's effective not only for nosebleeds, but on everyday cuts and scrapes; shaving cuts; puncture wounds; lacerations; and sports injuries, enabling you to return quickly to your activities. For nosebleeds, simply insert a BleedCEASE sterile packing into the bleeding nasal cavity and remove after thirty minutes. For cuts or wounds, place it directly on the bleeding wound and apply pressure with two fingers until bleeding has stopped. The unique fiber of each sterile packing is highly absorbent. Unlike some blood clotting products, BleedCEASE works without stinging or irritating the affected area. The unique fiber of each sterile packing is highly absorbent. BleedCEASE does not stick to or disturb the wound upon removal. New clots are not torn triggering new bleeding. BleedCEASE is the natural based bio-polymer calcium alginate. BleedCEASE has no known side effects or medication contraindications, and is suitable for all ages.
- BleedCEASE is a natural based polymer, calcium alginate, derived from brown seaweed and through a proprietary process is manufactured into a unique stop bleeding product.
- Stops nosebleed quickly As soon as BleedCEASE comes in contact with blood, calcium ions are released. Calcium is a clotting factor (Factor IV), which accelerates coagulation, stopping the nosebleed quickly.
- The soft fibers of BleedCEASE allow it to be quickly and easily inserted into the nasal cavity without any discomfort.
- BleedCEASE continues to absorb blood throughout the duration of the nosebleed. This allows the nosebleed sufferer to insert BleedCEASE and forget about it until recommended removal, thirty minutes later.
- As BleedCEASE absorbs blood, the sodium ions in the blood changes the packing from a dry mass into a moist or gelified mass. The moistness of the mass against the wound site promotes healing.