ChitoClot Bandage

Non-woven dressing designed for trauma bleeding control to facilitate wound healing.


A chitosan non-woven layer inside the Anscare ChitoClot Bandage accelerates the formation of blood clots and exhibits excellent results on rapid hemorrhage control caused by trauma. The central non-woven layer also provides a moist surrounding for wound care purposes. Convenient back-sheet design is easy to use and prevents infection.


  • 100% Chitosan non-woven layer inside
  • Excellent effect on rapid hemorrhage control (External Use Only)
  • High absorption rate, more than 12 times
  • Provides a moist surrounding for wound care
  • Flexible and conformable to tissue surfaces
  • Excellent biocompatibility
  • Antibacterial
  • Easy to remove
  • Simple application, easy to administer with current protocols

Product Structure

Blood Coagulation

Back Sheets

Transparent back sheet (waterproof): 

 Provides excellent protection and reduces the risk of infection while stopping bleeding; well-suited for all types of outdoor activities.

Elastic back sheet:

Delivers a comfortable feeling and stable compression on the wound; helps with quick hemostasis.

Animal Experimentation

Study: Acute open-wound healing effect of ChitoClot Bandage vs. other commercially available wound dressings

A Sprague Dawley rat was used as the animal model to analyze the wound-healing effect of our ChitoClot Bandage vs. other commercially available wound dressings. A 1.5x1.5 cm2 open wound deep to the muscle layer was created on the back of the rat using a scalpel, and a piece of ChitoClot Bandage or other dressing was applied onto the wound. As shown in Fig. 1 and 2, the ChitoClot Bandage demonstrated a superior wound contraction effect vs. other dressings (regular gauze, Ag-alginate dressing, and hydrogel dressing) in the early healing phase (days 1-3). No dispersion, residue, or stain was observed as the ChitoClot Bandage was removed. From the histological evaluation, the ChitoClot Bandage showed better epidermal regeneration, angiogenesis, and high-density of tissue regeneration, as compared to other dressing groups (Fig. 3) — National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan

Fig. 1. Observation of the rat wound healing process (A) Regular gauze (B) ChitoClot bandage (C) Ag-alginate dressing (D) Hydrogel dressing

Fig. 2. Ratio change of healed wound area (A) Regular gauze (B) ChitoClot bandage (C) Ag-alginate dressing (D) Hydrogel dressing

Fig. 3. Results of histological section image (A) Regular gauze (B) ChitoClot bandage (C) Ag-alginate dressing (D) Hydrogel dressing


Composition 100% Chitosan-based non-woven with adhesive back sheet
Back sheet Elastic back sheet / Transparent back sheet
Absorption rate >12X
Sterilization γ-ray Sterilization
EMS, Wilderness rescue, Industrial and Occupational safety, Sports, Personal and Home care  
Types of wound: Abrasion, Cuts, Lacerations, Stab injuries, Penetrating trauma, Bruises, 1st and 2nd degree burns


REF Specification Packing
CG-402-1 Elastic Back Sheet 5×5 Arcuate
CG-402-2 Elastic Back Sheet 6×4 Rectangular
CG-402-3 Elastic Back Sheet 8×5 Rectangular
Elastic Back Sheet
10×8 Rectangular
Elastic Back Sheet
12×10 Rectangular
Elastic Back Sheet
13×10 Rectangular
Transparent Back Sheet
5×5 Arcuate
Transparent Back Sheet
6×4 Rectangular
Transparent Back Sheet
8×5 Rectangular
Transparent Back Sheet
10×8 Rectangular
Transparent Back Sheet
12×10 Rectangular
Transparent Back Sheet
13×10 Rectangular
Transparent Back Sheet
20×6 Rectangular