Typically, a medical improvement comes from years of budget research that is high. Occasionally it is downright injury. And occasionally, a tiny team of leaders will step forward with a discovery that is truly revolutionary. That is Isaac Miller and true with Joe Landolina and their Vetigel, a lotion-like material that begin the clotting procedure and will seal a wound.
The anti-bleeding gel creates a faux framework that mimics an awesomely called natural material that helps cells in the body grow, the extracellular matrix. Here’s a video of the gel in activity (warning, it is pretty bloody). In the video, pigs blood is piped into a cut of pork. When the pork is sliced, it starts bleeding instantly, but ceases the prompt Vetigel is used.
In other evaluations, Landolino used a live liver that was slit, along with the gel to prevent the bleeding on the carotid artery of a rat. Whether this product becomes commercial, it may save millions of lives, particularly in combat zones.