New Product | Medicare Bleeding Control Spray

06 March 2024
Product News | Medicare Bleeding Control SprayIntroducing our brand-new Medicare Bleeding Control Spray.

When an emergency occurs, it is essential that you have the right first aid solutions readily available.

At Fleming Medical, we are committed to ensuring that you have access to the latest and most innovative first aid solutions on the market. With that in mind, we are delighted to introduce you to our exciting new Medicare Bleeding Control Spray.

Medicare Bleeding Control Spray

New Product | Medicare Bleeding Control Spray

Our Medicare Bleeding Control Spray rapidly stops bleeding with the help of alginates that absorb and form a protective hydrogel, aiding healing. The soothing gel layer naturally dissolves as the wound heals, promoting recovery. 

Product Features & Benefits

Explore the amazing benefits of our brand-new Medicare Bleeding Control Spray

Simple spray directly onto the affected area.

Faster Healing 
Accelerates regeneration and healing.

Herbal Hydration
Herbal ingredients aid healing and support hydration of injury site.

Child Friendly
Suitable for children over 3 years.

Soothing Pain Relief
Cooling hydrogel helps soothe pain.

Using Our Medicare Bleeding Control Spray

If you experience a wound, such as a scrape, cut, or graze, it is important that you clean it promptly with an alcohol wipe or a sterile saline solution. This will reduce the likelihood of infection and promote faster healing.

Once cleaned you are ready to apply the Medicare Bleeding Control Spray. Shake the bottle and apply the Medicare Bleeding Control Spray on the affected area. Spray the product directly on the wound from a distance between 15cm-20cm for approximately 1 to 2 seconds. Following application, a powder layer of alginates will stay on the injured area.

Calcium and sodium alginates are characterised by the ability to absorb liquids and create a hydrogel. This hydrogel protects and soothes the injured site and promotes the natural healing process. The layer of hydrogel will fall off by itself when the wound dries.

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