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ZipStitch Laceration Kit

ZipStitch lets you close wounds without stitches! Specially useful when out in the wild, the laceration kit may be of use should you get a cut of 1.5 inches long and up to 1inch wide because itíll help close the wound, stop the bleed and avoid an ER trip to get stitched up. This item will surely be a must have in a nearby future in every first aid kit. The technology is proven to be more effective than standard stitching, less painful and quicker to solve the problem. In the pack you get an alcohol wipe and the kit itself, then simply place it around the wound that needs to be closed, pull the tabs to squeeze the opening, and close the remaining plastic to keep them in place and secure.



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