'Zip Stitch' that anyone can easily give first aid to 'cuts at a level that requires suturing'

When exercising or playing outdoors, a little carelessness can lead to scratches and cuts. If the wound is shallow, first aid such as washing and covering with

dressing is sufficient, but if the wound is deep enough to cut below the subcutaneous tissue , suturing may be necessary, which goes beyond the framework of first aid. Sometimes. ' ZipStitch ' is an item that can close cuts firmly without the need for needles, threads or suturing techniques.

ZipStitch | Hospital Grade Wound Care For Your Outdoor, Home or Car First Aid Kit

You can see what kind of item Zip Stitch is actually by watching the following movie.

Treating a wound with ZipStitch --YouTube

In outdoor sports set in nature, even a small momentum can cause serious injuries. If you get too deeply injured, bleeding or suppuration can be fatal, so appropriate first aid is required, but if you get injured in the woods or on the mountain, you cannot go to the hospital immediately. Sometimes. 'Zip Stitch' is useful in such a case.

If you are injured, first wash your hands thoroughly to stop bleeding, then lightly wash the wound with fresh water or saline to remove mud and dead leaves.

After carefully disinfecting the area around the wound ...

Close the wound with Zip Stitch. ZipStitch is a bandage with a plastic wire and a slit, and it is attached so that the wound fits in the slit.

After fixing ZipStitch, remove the surrounding sheet ...

Pull the wire tightly. Since the wire is designed so that it cannot be restored once it is pulled, it can be fixed so that the wound does not open and bleed again or germs enter.

After pulling and fixing the four wires, cut the protruding wire with scissors ...

Cover it with dressing material. Of course, this is just a first aid measure, so if you get the correct treatment at the hospital after this, it's OK. No complicated operations or delicate work is required, so anyone can easily take action.

When bleeding from a wound, platelets that come in contact with the air form a scab under which white blood cells eliminate germs and fibroblasts repair skin tissue. However, if the wound is deep enough to require suturing, bleeding may resume with a slight momentum, or the wound may become dry and heal slowly. In addition, if germs enter through the wound, it may cause sepsis or tetanus , which may be fatal. Faster recovery can be expected by using ZipStitch to close the wound and secure it in a closed state.

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