BE PREPARED WITH
ER QUALITY WOUND CARE TO GO.
Introducing ZipStitch®, an ER quality wound closure device available without a prescription. It is completely non-invasive and easy to use, wherever you may be. ZipStitch enables you to treat minor cuts with hospital-grade technology, continue your outdoor activities with less interruption. No needles. No stitches. No hassles.
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ER QUALITY WOUND CARE, ANYWHERE.
USED BY HOSPITALS WORLDWIDE.
- FDA Cleared
- Proven safe and effective in over a dozen clinical studies
- Zip technology is used by hospitals in over 600,000 surgical procedures to date
TRUSTED BY PHYSICIANS
“The devices we use in the Emergency Department using ZipLine’s adjustable, noninvasive technology have been shown to provide rapid and effective wound closure, in some cases replacing sutures. I feel that a consumer product based on the same technology would enable people to effectively treat minor cuts and minor lacerations at home.“
– Mark Thanassi MD,
– Mark Thanassi MD,
Emergency Department Physician, Santa Clara, CA
BETTER WOUND PROTECTION THAN BUTTERFLY BANDAGES AND STRIPS
PEACE OF MIND IN ANY SITUATION.
Keep a ZipStitch in your pocket, purse, glove box or first aid kit and be certain you and your loved ones are prepared for minor cuts.
BE PREPARED WITH THE ZIPSTITCH LACERATION KIT. ENJOY YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE WITHOUT INTERRUPTION.
Everything you need to treat and close a laceration when you are out of hospital range: ZipStitch, Alcohol wipe, Gauze pad, Bandage. ZipStitch is a good value at $29.99 vs. a trip to the ER which may cost up to hundreds of dollars in out-of-pocket costs depending on your insurance.
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- In an in-vivo study, more load in lb. was required to create a 1mm gap between incision edges approximated with Zip than with Ethicon 4-0 Vicryl subcuticular running suture. Data on file.
- Tanaka, Y. et al. Randomized Study of a New Noninvasive Skin Closure Device for Use After Congenital Heart Operations. Ann Thorac Surg 2016.
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