REACT –for rapidly stopping catastrophic blood loss from a knife wound

Dec 18, 22
REACT –for rapidly stopping catastrophic blood loss from a knife wound


Student designs lifesaving device that rapidly stops blood loss from stab wounds

Science & technologyPublished: Jul 2, 2021Last Updated: Jul 2, 2021

Designer Joseph Bentley, a final year student at Loughborough University, hopes that his invention will one day be carried by all 999 crews.

https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/science-and-technology/2021/07/02/student-designs-lifesaving-device-that-rapidly-stops-blood-loss-from-stab-wounds/



REACT – a new method for rapidly stopping catastrophic blood loss from a knife wound that could be carried out by first responding police officers while waiting for an ambulance.

Joseph Bentley, a final year Product Design and Technology student, has designed REACT – a new method for rapidly stopping catastrophic blood loss from a knife wound that could be carried out by first responding police officers while waiting for an ambulance.

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