Clamping device can halt bleeding in 3 seconds

04/3/2012 | Edmonton Journal (Alberta), The

A surgeon in Canada has designed a clamping device that can halt bleeding from wounds in three seconds. During testing in simulations, the device allowed the user to quickly lift the skin and clamp with even pressure, and it can remain in place for hours. The device is intended for use in hospitals, ambulances and the military.

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