My name is Josh Wander and I am a Jerusalem medic (and a dual citizen of the US and Israel) and have treated many of the recent terror victims. Quickclot is a hemostatic gauze used to quickly treat open wounds and stop bleeding. It has been used extremely successfully by the US military in Iraq and Afghanistan. The problem is that it is considered to be too expensive to supply to the average medic in Israel. On average, it retails for between $35-50 per unit. I'm trying to raise enough money to equip Jerusalem medics with this life-saving tool. The distribution of this product will be vi.a the United Hatzalah Organization in Jerusalem.
- Susan Miles
- ora rabinovich