Injectable Foam Stops Internal Bleeding On The Battlefield

Injectable Foam Stops Internal Bleeding On The Battlefield
Innovation

Expanding substance puts pressure on internal injuries until soldiers can receive proper medical attention.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 13 december 2012

While preventing any type of injury is one of a soldier’s main concerns, it’s often the injuries you can’t see that prove most fatal. Injuries that are accompanied by internal bleeding and hemorrhaging account for nearly 85% of preventable deaths on the battlefield. Hopefully, Arsenal Medical has come up with a solution to help protect the people protecting our country.

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