About Hematrix

Bleeding from wounds, such as an incision or injury, is usually treated by the application of pressure dressings by experienced medical professionals. This is costly both in terms of time it takes to stop the bleed and also in terms of how quickly the patient can become mobile again safely. This is even more important in the case where the patient may have circulatory disorders. These patients are exposed to greater risks the longer the bleed lasts.

The Hematrix Patch is a CE Certified class III medical product for external use to stop bleeding. It stops moderate to severe arterial and venous bleeding quickly (2 to 5 minutes) and safely allowing the wound to be treated immediately.

Hematrix Active-Patch is a ready-to-use product that stops moderate to severe arterial and venous bleeding quickly. It is a simple to use product and does not  require any specialized medical knowledge to apply.

Using Hematrix, there is  no need  to apply pressure or pressure dressings to the wound to stop the bleeding. Hematrix does not cause any pain in application and has no known adverse reactions in  use.

Its constituents are found naturally in the human body (although Thrombin in Hematrix is from medically approved bovine source).

It leaves the wound hygienically clean for the medical personnel to deal with the wound quickly and efficiently. The Hematrix Active-Patch does not stick to the wound and the instances of haematomas are greatly reduced so the patient can be mobilized quicker.

Its constituents are found naturally in the human body (although Thrombin in Hematrix is from medically approved bovine source).

Hematrix at a glance:

 It is an absorbent dressing containing substances that promote blood clotting
 It is used externally on wounds to stop arterial or venous bleeding, even in severe bleeding
 Hematrix Prevents secondary bleeding
 Reduces haematomas
 Hematrix Allows earlier mobilisation of the patient

Where can Hematrix be used?

 Hospitals
 Dental hospitals and practices
 In all types of medical procedures where bleeding is an issue
 In all types of accidents and emergencies
 In veterinary hospitals and practices
 In the military
 As part of a first aid kit in sports clubs, schools and in the home