The critical Battlefield Medical First Aid Tool finds Home in a Kitchen Retail Williams-Sonoma, by Revmedx
In a battlefield the very next thing that you need apart from weapons and support is a critical medical pack that includes several life saving first aids and in such a case the most common occurrence of gunshot wounds becomes a critical part of surviving someone and guess what now you can plug gunshot wounds in seconds with a plug that was inspired by an idea that found it's home in a kitchen retail named Williams-Sonoma where you can find great kitchen stuff but the idea got a kickstart after the revolutionary medical technology company Revmedx discovered the very idea and went ahead for the prototype after one of their co-founders Dr. Ken Gregory discovered a potential medical tool in the form of a compressed kitchen sponge.
The simple compressed and dried sponge on wetting with water would spring back to normal size, this lit Dr Ken Gregory's imagination of discovering an idea for military medics in saving precious lives from gunshot wounds. Basically the gunshot wounds are critical but the main factor here is the bleeding factor and the way they are plugged using medical protocols might cause the person to bleed out, so what researchers did is they came up with Xstat that is injecting small sponge type discs soaked in anti-hemorrhaging solution into the bleeding wounds which expand rapidly in about few seconds expanding 10 times larger in size and thereby stopping any further bleeding. The working idea was a medical version of the product "Fix-a-Flat", the foam you squirt in punctured tires to plug up a hole.