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Stasilon is a brand-name hemostatic woven textile manufactured by Entegrion, Inc. of Durham, North Carolina, USA. It is made from fibers of continuous filament fiberglass and bamboo yarn and used to accelerate clotting and stop bleeding from cuts and abrasions. Originally intended for military use, NATO and United States Navy reviews have reported its abilities to be unsuited to life-threatening arterial hemorrhaging[1] but Stasilon is finding use in operating and burn victim treatment settings.[2]

Entegrion received Food and Drug Administration approval to market its fabric in 2007.[3]


  1. ^ Dubick, Michael A.; Kheirabadi, Bijan. New Technologies for Treating Severe Bleeding in Far-Forward Combat Areas (Report). NATO Research and Technology Organization. RTO-MP-HFM-182. Retrieved 20 January 2011. 
    Hemostatic Agent Development - Navy SBIR
  2. ^ Rich, Preston; Douillet, Christelle; Buchholz, Valorie; Overby, David; Jones, Samuel; Cairns, Bruce (2010). "Use of the novel hemostatic textile Stasilon® to arrest refractory retroperitoneal hemorrhage: a case report". Journal of Medical Case Reports. 4 (1). doi:10.1186/1752-1947-4-20. 
    Vinluan, Frank (2 November 2009). "Entegrion seeks $4M to jump-start sales". Triangle Business Journal. 
  3. ^ "December 2007 510(k) Clearances".