Host-guest composites for induced hemostasis and therapeutic healing in traumatic injuries

@article{Ostomel2006HostguestCF,
  title={Host-guest composites for induced hemostasis and therapeutic healing in traumatic injuries},
  author={Todd A. Ostomel and Peter K. Stoimenov and Patricia A. Holden and Hasan B Alam and Galen D Stucky},
  journal={Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={55-67}
}
Introduction: The United States military currently outfits our soldiers with a zeolite-based hemostatic agent (HA) that is applied directly onto a traumatic wound to induce hemostasis and prevent loss of life from exsanguination. The goals of this work were to identify and implement strategies to attenuate a tissue burning side effect associated with the HA, resulting from a large release of heat upon hydration, without adversely affecting the wound healing properties. Five ion exchanged… CONTINUE READING

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