Coated sponges help stop severe bleeding quickly

01/17/2012 |

Sponges coated with a nanoscale material containing the blood-clotting agent thrombin and tannic acid could help stop severe bleeding quickly, researchers say. The sponges can be stored stably and can be molded to fit the shape of a wound.

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