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04/11/2012

Clamp to close wounds

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    The clamp is a quick and effective way to slow the bleeding of traumatic wounds in the field.
    The plastic clamp includes long curved needles along its 'jaws'. The curved needles allow the wound to be drawn up into the device, where it is held with an even pressure that allows the blood underneath to form a clot and slow bleeding until further medical help is available.
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