National Stocking Numbers (NSN):

  • XSTAT 12 Single Pack  NSN: 6510-01-665-5192
  • XSTAT 12 3-Pack  NSN: 6510-01-657-4737
  • XSTAT P30 Single Pack  NSN: 6510-01-644-7335
  • XSTAT Training Kit  NSN: 6910-01-668-1798
  • Demo Sponge (Quantity of 1000)  NSN: 6910-01-667-0979
  • XSTAT Training Manikin  NSN: 6910-01-668-2607
  • AirWrap  NSN: 6530-01-643-5297
  • AirWrap XL  NSN: 6530-01-657-1978
  • TX2 Tourniquet  NSN: 6515-01-667-6027
  • TX3 Tourniquet  NSN: 6515-01-667-6208

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Note: XSTAT is designated as a “Prescription Only” device, to be used by physicians and/or trained medical professionals only.  A Medical Authorization is required upon order acceptance.

XSTAT: Related Literature

Allison HA. Hemorrhage Control: Lessons Learned From the Battlefield Use of Hemostatic Agents That Can Be Applied in a Hospital Setting. Crit Care Nurs Q. 2019;42(2):165-172.
Buckley R, Conley S, Markham G, Stuart S, Yoder A, Zarow G. Efficacy of Two Novel Hemostatic Agents (XStat and Hydrogel) in a Coagulopathic Model of Severe Hemorrhage Combat Trauma. Research Group, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia. 2014.
Bullard, M. et. al. Comparison of XSTAT with and without a hemostatic agent in swine he-morrhage models. Poster session presented at Military Health System Research Symposium; August 2016; Kissimmee, FL.
Butler FK. Leadership lessons learned in Tactical Combat Casualty Care. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2017;82(6S Suppl 1):S16-S25.
Cox JM, Rall JM. Evaluation of XSTAT® and QuickClot® Combat Gauze® in a Swine Model of Lethal Junctional Hemorrhage in Coagulopathic Swine. J Spec Oper Med. 2017;17(3):64-67.
Joint Trauma System / Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. TCCC Recommended Devices & Adjuncts. Published May 6, 2019.
Kragh JF Jr, Steinbaugh J, Parsons DL, Mabry RL, Kheirabadi BS, Dubick MA. A manikin mo-del for study of wound-packing interventions to control out-of-hospital hemorrhage. Am J Emerg Med. 2014;32(9):1130-1131.
Kragh JF Jr, Aden JK, Steinbaugh J, Bullard M, Dubick MA. Gauze vs XSTAT in wound packing for hemorrhage control. Am J Emerg Med. 2015;33(7):974-976.
Mueller GR, Pineda TJ, Xie HX, et al. A novel sponge-based wound stasis dressing to treat lethal noncompressible hemorrhage. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012;73(2 Suppl 1):S134-S139.
Otrocka-Domagała I, Jastrzębski P, Adamiak Z, et al. Safety of the long-term application of QuikClot Combat Gauze, ChitoGauze PRO and Celox Gauze in a femoral artery injury model in swine – a preliminary study. Pol J Vet Sci. 2016;19(2):337-343.
Peng HT. Hemostatic agents for prehospital hemorrhage control: a narrative review. Mil Med Res. 2020;7:13.
RevMedx. Evaluation of XSTAT Dressing in a Swine Femoral Injury Model. Evaluation of XSTAT Dressing in a Swine Subclavian Model. XSTAT 30 Package Insert. RAW-0055-21.
RevMedx. Evaluation of XSTAT Dressing in a Swine Femoral Injury Model. Evaluation of XSTAT Dressing in a Swine Subclavian Model. XSTAT 30 Gen2 Package Insert. RAW-0101-01.
Rodriguez MI, Bullard M, Jensen JT, Gregory K, Vwalika B, Barofsky A, Mart T, Edelman AB. Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage With a Mini-Sponge Tamponade Device. Obstet Gynecol. 2020 Nov;136(5):876-881. 
Rodriguez, M.I., Jensen, J.T., Gregory, K. et al. A novel tamponade agent for management of post partum hemorrhage: adaptation of the Xstat mini-sponge applicator for obstetric use. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2017;17(187).
Sims K, Montgomery HR, Dituro P, Kheirabadi BS, Butler FK. Management of External Hemorrhage in Tactical Combat Casualty Care: The Adjunctive Use of XStat™ Compressed Hemostatic Sponges: TCCC Guidelines Change 15-03. J Spec Oper Med. 2016;16(1):19-28.
Song BK, Sheppard FR, Macko A, Alvarez R. The effect of a third generation hemostatic dressing in a subclavian artery and vein transection porcine model. Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio, NAMRU-SAREPORT#2014-22
Stuart S, Walchak A, Gamble C. A Novel Model for Studying the Application of the iTClamp™ in Conjunction With Hemostatic Agents in Swine (Sus scrofa). Ann Emerg Med. 2016;68(S126).
Warriner Z, Lam L, Matsushima K, et al. Initial evaluation of the efficacy and safety of in-hospital expandable hemostatic minisponge use in penetrating trauma. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2019;86(3):424-430.

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