Next Generation Wound Care Products for the World
LifeScience PLUS is a leader in advanced wound care technology. We are committed to developing and marketing innovative total wound care solutions: hemostasis (bleeding control), sealant, moist dressing, contamination prevention, and fast tissue growth generation. Our patented, best-in-class flagship product—BloodSTOP® iX Advanced Hemostat with WoundHEAL®—utilizes our revolutionary technology for both acute and chronic wound care.
BloodSTOP iX can be applied in many different specialty care areas with successful and positive outcomes. Our primary focus is to provide medical professionals an innovative product for EMS prehospital point-of-care treatment of traumatic wounds; for surgical procedures, including burn and trauma surgeries; and for treatment of diabetic ulcer and decubitus wounds.
The BloodSTOP product family is a new generation of wound care products for surgery, emergency trauma care, paramedics, ulcers, and dental wounds. This advanced technology provides power to control bleeding and heal quickly.
BloodSTOP and BloodSTOP iX are biocompatible, nonirritating, natural, plant-based materials. Upon meeting blood or body exudates, our products:
- Adhere to a wound
- Initiate blood coagulation
- Stop bleeding fast
- Form a protective membrane layer, creating an optimal environment for fast wound healing
- Are easily removable by rinsing (water soluble) without disruption of a clotted surface
BloodSTOP iX Advanced Hemostat with WoundHEAL
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Ibrahim H. Amjad, MD
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Miami, FL
Most wound care products have limitations such as slow hemostasis, significant pain, delayed healing, risk of infections, discoloration, scarring, and other wound complications, often requiring multiple clinical interventions. All of these challenges can be...
BloodSTOP iX Trauma Matrix is the only hemostat in the medical field that achieved 100% survival rate on extremity arterial hemorrhage using U.S. military standard trauma injury protocol in a swine model. It is used in damage control surgery (DCS) to control...