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True Clot Bleeding Control Training ProductsTrueClot® products provide lifelike bleeding control training experiences for all responders.  Our best-in-class bleeding control training products provide unprecedented and low-cost realism for all levels of training from Stop The Bleed courses for civilians to Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) for first responders, combat medics, and corpsmen.

TrueClot Blood Simulant looks, feels, and behaves like human blood and will realistically form blood clots when used with TrueClot Simulated Hemostatic Dressings. Thanks to this one-of-a-kind technology, TrueClot Task Trainers will bleed until the user has properly packed the wound or applied a tourniquet correctly.

TrueClot understands the importance of providing reliable training products at an affordable price. We aim to strike a balance between durable materials and maintaining a low cost per training for our customers. The durability of TrueClot task trainers ensures that customers may conduct several years of training sessions without replacement, limiting equipment costs. A single task trainer can be subjected to thousands of training sessions during its lifetime. And with each training session, wounds will repeatedly be packed with gauze, and tourniquets will be torqued and torqued until the bleeding has stopped.

We received our first research contract award in 2011 for a next-generation blood simulant, and for the past 10+ years, we have been the industry leader in durable bleeding control task trainers.  With a strong dedication to realism, TrueClot worked directly with EMS First Responders and Military Combat Medics to develop our task trainer product line. Today, TrueClot Wound Packing Task Trainers and Tourniquet Application Trainers are trusted all over the world to train EMS personnel, military first responders, and civilians.

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