Wisconsin company develops product to help save lives during mass shootings
By: CBS58 Staff
Posted: Sep 4, 2019 9:10 AM CDT
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(CBS 58) – A Wisconsin company is reaching out to police, military, and citizens in an attempt to save lives.
The company, PRO1TEK, developed trauma kits that include WoundClot, a special gauze that turns into a gel. The gauze can be used to wrap a wound or stuffed into a bullet hole.
“We need to do better as a community and we need products that are simpler for those who don’t have the advanced training that a paramedic or EMS has,” said Elizabeth Kemp with PRO1TEK.
Kemp says many people are ordering the dressing online and keeping it with them in pockets and purses.
More information on WoundClot can be found on the PRO1TEK website.