How is Woundclot Different from Other Mineral-Based Haemostatics-

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Woundclot: The Advanced Haemostatic Solution

Mineral-based Haemostatics: An Overview

Mineral-based haemostatics consist of non-resolvable non-woven fibers that are infused with an active ingredient such as kaolin, a fine white clay powder derived from natural clay decomposition. These products typically operate through a single mechanism of action, primarily activated by factor 12.

Woundclot: A Breakthrough in Haemostasis

Woundclot stands apart from other haemostatic products due to its multifaceted mechanisms of action:

  • Rapid Fluid Absorption: Woundclot swiftly absorbs fluids in the wound area.
  • Adherence and Expansion: Woundclot adheres to the wound surface, expanding its coverage.
  • Platelet and Clotting Factor Aggregation: Woundclot promotes the aggregation of platelets and clotting factors, facilitating clot formation.
  • Activation of Factors 11 and 12: Woundclot activates both factors 11 and 12, enhancing the clotting process.

Extended Absorbency and Efficiency

Woundclot offers prolonged absorbency and optimal performance:

With its active absorbency lasting up to 24 hours, Woundclot maintains its effectiveness within the wound over an extended period of time.

With its diverse mechanisms of action and sustained absorbency, Woundclot represents a groundbreaking advancement in the field of haemostatic solutions.