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Minutes count! Someone who is severely bleeding can bleed to death in as little as 5 minutes. That’s why bleeding control—keeping the blood inside the body—is the purpose of STOP THE BLEED® training.

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  • Linn County Public Health to Send STOP THE BLEED® Kits to Local Schools

    Linn County Public Health to Send STOP THE BLEED® Kits to Local Schools

    Linn County Public Health, in eastern Iowa, is providing STOP THE BLEED® kits to local schools to help ensure they have critical resources when emergencies happen.

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  • A NewYork-Presbyterian Doctor Rushed to Help an MTA Conductor Who Was Severely Bleeding

    A NewYork-Presbyterian Doctor Rushed to Help an MTA Conductor Who Was Severely Bleeding

    A NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital pediatric emergency medicine physician employed STOP THE BLEED® to respond to life-threatening bleeding after an MTA Conductor was attacked in the subway.

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  • STOP THE BLEED® Discussed on Cape Cod Public Radio

    STOP THE BLEED® Discussed on Cape Cod Public Radio

    A program on Cape Cod Public Radio explores the history of STOP THE BLEED®, efforts to get bleeding control kits in public places, and initiatives to train people in STOP THE BLEED® skills.

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  • Teen rescues elderly neighbor using STOP THE BLEED® training

    Teen rescues elderly neighbor using STOP THE BLEED® training

    A teenager in rural Iowa used STOP THE BLEED® training to rescue his elderly neighbor after an accident.

     

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  • Empowering students with lifesaving STOP THE BLEED® skills

    Empowering students with lifesaving STOP THE BLEED® skills

    UC Health and Cincinnati Public Schools have partnered to train junior and senior high school students in STOP THE BLEED®. 

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  • Why are so many Americans bleeding to death? 8 highlights from ‘Bleeding Out’

    Why are so many Americans bleeding to death? 8 highlights from ‘Bleeding Out’

    Tens of thousands of Americans are bleeding to death from traumatic injuries they could have survived after shootings, car wrecks, falls and other accidents, an investigation from Dallas Morning News and San Antonio Express-News found.

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Legislative Updates

Legislative Updates

Learn about recent legislation enacted in states across the country recognizing the importance of providing bleeding control resources to the public, including a new bill recently passed in the state of Washington that will require schools to maintain and provide bleeding control equipment on campus. 

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