What is the Lozacote Bandage?
What is it?
Click to enlarge the graphic of the Lozacote Bandage.
How does it work?
How is it made?
The body clots blood using fibrinogen,
thrombin, calcium and vitamin K.  It
produces small amounts of these
substances itself.  When combined these
substances form thin strands of fibrin and
create the mesh that the platelets cling to
so that the blood will clot.  By putting
more of these substances into a wound the Lozacote Bandage
stops bleeding in seconds.
Click on picture to enlarge it and
see how the Lozacote bandage
adheres itself to a wound.
Thrombin and fibrinogen are
extracted from the plasma of pigs
and cows.  First, "perfect
subjects" are created that produce
high amounts of the clotting
proteins - fibrinogen and
thrombin.  Then the "perfect" pigs
and cows are cloned at Cloning
Farms (at right) which are huge
farms built especially for the
cloning of the pigs and cows.
These huge farms are owned by bandage manu-
facturers and are located next to bandage manufac-
turing plants.
Daily Uses?
Internal Use
Click to see graphic of the Lozacote Bandage.
Red blood cells
clinging to fibrin
Click to learn about the Lozacote Bandage's microchip.
Click on the buttons below to HEAR about the Lozacote Bandage.
Click to read Vicki's story.
To read about one patient's experience with the Lozacote
Click to hear about the Lozacote Bandage.
What are some
of its
Click to enlarge graphic of Lozacote Bandage.
Click to hear about the Lozacote Bandage's self-cleaning properties.
Click to learn how the Lozacote Bandage can be used inside the body.
Click to hear the Lozacote Bandage's self-medicating properties.
Bandage, click on the picture at left.
You need a Java-enabled browser to hear audio clips on this page.