Comparison of Combat Gauze and TraumaStat in two severe groin injury models.

@article{Arnaud2011ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison of Combat Gauze and TraumaStat in two severe groin injury models.},
  author={Françoise G. Arnaud and Kohsuke Teranishi and Tomoaki Okada and Dione Parre{\~n}o-Sacdalan and Daniel N Hupalo and George McNamee and Walter Carr and David Burris and Richard McCarron},
  journal={The Journal of surgical research},
  year={2011},
  volume={169 1},
  pages={92-8}
}
BACKGROUND Fabric-like hemostatic dressings offer promise for hemorrhage control in noncompressible areas, especially given their similarity in form to standard gauze currently in use. Recently, two such products, Combat Gauze (CBG) and TraumaStat (TMS), were introduced. Their performance is evaluated in two vascular injury models. MATERIALS AND METHODS The dressings were evaluated in anesthetized Yorkshire pigs, hemorrhaged by full transection of the femoral vasculature with 2 min free… CONTINUE READING