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Discussion in 'Firefighter/EMS Talk' started by TxDoc, Aug 19, 2005.


  1. TxDoc

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    Anyone have firsthand experience with this product?
     

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    No, but if you want some more information on it I can provide a link. From what I've read it works, need to use pressure with it, and don't pour water on it to heat it up more
     

  3. TxDoc

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    Thanks for the reply. I requested some info and found the Hemcon site... http://www.hemcon.com/

    I had a friend who was accidentally shot, on a duckhunting trip, with a 3inch mag 12 guage. He lost his leg above the knee and almost his life.

    I think this product, although expensiive, would be a great thing to have in a normally hopeless situation.
     
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    Thanks for the link! I am about to register and do some reading. Thanks, again.
     
  6. rebbryan

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    No prob, lots to read on those boards, lots of good and legit info
     
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