Axiostat® Military variant MIL88 is designed to be used in battlefield conditions and comes in camouflaged, rugged metal pouch packing for easy carrying
Axiostat® is currently used by Defense Forces, Paramilitary Forces & Army across India, Middle East and Europe
MIL88 is capable of being folded and stuffed into deep wounds
MIL88 uses a.c.t. which is battlefield proven technology to achieve hemostasis in a easier and quicker way. The product and technology assists fprces to stop profuse bleeding caused due to on field calamities
INTENDED USE / INDICATION:
Axiostat® is a sterile, single use, non-absorbable haemostatic dressing intended to be used for temporary control of bleeding wounds. Axiostat® stops moderate to severe bleeding due to cuts, abrasions, lacerations, venous or arterial bleeding.
Each year, we lose more and more soldiers on the battlefield. 75% of causalities occurring in combat are associated with explosive fragmentation and gunshot wounds.
|Variants||MIL88: 8cm X 8cm||Sterility||Sterilized using Gamma Irradiation|
|Composition||Chitosan – 100%||Shelf Life||3 Years|
|Indications||Stops severe bleeding||Approval||CE Approved|
|Mechanism||Mucoadhesion due to charge||Use||Single-use|
|Material||Positively charged, Reacts Actively||Removal||Irrigate with Saline|
|Type||Sponge, Natural Polymer||Side Effects||None|
|Flexibility||Very Flexible, both sides active||Implant||No|
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HOW TO USE?
Dressing if necessary
How it workS?
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