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RESQ FOAM: This Foam Could Save Your Life. “Made by Arsenal Medical and fittingly dubbed ResQ Foam…

RESQ FOAM: This Foam Could Save Your Life. “Made by Arsenal Medical and fittingly dubbed ResQ Foam, this remarkable innovation rapidly expands inside the body and seals off the wound. Bleeding to death is the leading cause of fatalities on the battlefield, according to the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research. So the US military […]
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