Presentation of J・PAD

What is J・PAD ?


An emergency hemostasis pad that stops blood by capturing red blood cells in the blood. It is an emergency hemostasis pad that anyone can use easily and can quickly and effectively stop bleeding.

Structure of J・PAD

  • Three unique laminar structure to stop bleeding by causing a blood clot on a wound.

Structure of j-pad

Target for sale


Target Purpose of use
Dissaster storage Lifesaving tool Accident
Local goverment
Public accommodation
Public facility
Fire department, Police
Armed forces, Garrisons
Sports facility
Construction site,
Hospital, Clinic
Nursing home
Animal hospital

Product specification

M size

  • Dimensions 130mm X 180mm
    (Part of the pad:100mm×140mm)
  • Weight 8.1g ± 0.81g
  • Individual packing One piece/sterilization back

L size

  • Dimensions 180mm X 260mm
    (Part of the pad:150mm×220mm)
  • Weight 18.5g ± 1.85g
  • Individual packing One piece/sterilization back
    (Folio state)

Instruction for use

Cover a wound with a nonwoven fabric side of the pad and fix it.

with Bandage

with Bandage

with Tape

with Tape


  • Although this pad is produced for hemostasis, in some cases hemostasis may not be completed according to the injury and the bleeding. You should take the examination of the expert doctor.
  • This pad is made to suppress the bleeding temporarily but not to heal the wound. By all means you should take the advice of the expert doctor.
  • This pad is disposable. (Reuse is prohibited.)
  • Do not use if the sterilized bag is broken or polluted or wet.

Example of using J・PAD in the emergency services

Impressions of use
Case 1 A case an elderly woman fell and her knee skin was exfoliated extensively and bleeding continued. Since she was taking warfarin, compression hemostasis was not effective, so he was able to stop bleeding using J· PAD.
Case 2 A case used in an injured person who fell in a hospital and suffered a laceration of about 4cm on the face. When the sterilized gauze treated by the hospital was replaced with J·PAD, it felt that the hemostatic effect was enhanced.
Case 3 A case a fall at home, injury to the front left forehead (about 5 cm), and bleeding continued. An injured person is taking anticoagulant. Performed compression hemostasis at the injured site using J・PAD and confirmed the injured site immediately before arrival at the hospital, the bleeding that had persisted had stopped. When changing to sterile gauze in the hospital, there was no bleeding and the bottom of the wound was visible.
Case 4 A case a middle-aged woman suffered a cut of about 5 cm on her left hand with ground glass at home. There was persistent bleeding from her wound. She was transported to the hospital using J· PAD. On arrived at the hospital and checked the wound, it was dry and hemostasis already completed.