XSTAT - The First of its Kind

XSTAT is a first-in-kind hemostatic device for the treatment of gunshot and shrapnel wounds. XSTAT works by injecting small, rapidly-expanding sponges into a wound cavity using a syringe-like applicator. Developed in collaboration with the US Military, the XSTAT P30 encloses minisponges in three porous pouches to make removing sponges from wounds faster and easier.

XSTAT is the only injectable wound treatment that immediately controls hemorrhage from penetrating wounds where other methods fail. It applies in seconds and stops bleeding immediately without manual compression. The intuitive applicator is easy to learn and easy to use.

Christine and another woman holding the XSTAT devices

At Task Force Antal, we’re committed to bringing the latest, most advanced technology to civilians trapped in war zones.

Whether it’s in Ukraine or Israel, TFA is proud to deliver revolutionary technology to the front-lines of conflict zones globally.

XSTAT has the potential to transform emergency medicine by stopping bleeding immediately without the need for manual compression.

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XSTAT 12 a smaller version of the groundbreaking XSTAT 30, is designed to treat life-threatening bleeding from penetrating wounds in junctional areas that may be too narrow to access with the XSTAT 30.

XSTAT12 is Standard Issue for SOCOM IFAKs, CASEVAC program and Medic/Corpsman Kit

XSTAT 12 Single Pack NSN: 6510-01-665-5192

XSTAT 12 3-Pack NSN: 6510-01-657-4737

XSTAT 30 Single Pack NSN: 6510-01-644-7335

US Patent 8,828,050

The XSTAT 12. It is a tube with an attachable plunger. Inside the tube is the sponge.
XSTAT before and after
XSTATS in packaging

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