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Hands On September 2012

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From the September 2012 Issue | Thursday, August 30, 2012

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Hands On September 2012

Check out the latest products and innovations in JEMS.
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2012 EMS Today Hot Products

The products presented here were featured in June JEMS as Hot Products discovered at this year’s EMS Today Conference and Exposition. These products were listed incorrectly with photos of other products. We regret the error and are presenting them with their correct images and information.

New Columnist

Coming next month, Dominic Silvestro will take over as our new JEMS Hands On columnist. Here’s a little bit about him:

Dominic Silvestro, EMT-P, EMS-I, has for the past 19 years served as a career firefighter/paramedic for the Richmond Heights (Ohio) Fire Department, where he also served as the department’s public education officer. He has been in the fire/EMS service for more than 24 years. He’s also an EMS coordinator and EMS educator for the University Hospital’s EMS Training and Disaster Preparedness Institute, an Institute of University Hospitals and Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital.

 

 



Hands On September 2012

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Flow-Safe II CPAP System

The Flow-Safe II CPAP system with built-in manometer is now delivering up to 10 cm H2O at 15 LPM while using 50% less oxygen. Flow-Safe II has all of the benefits of the original CPAP system with superior safety features and performance, while consuming less oxygen. It doesn’t require special high-flow equipment. Flow-Safe II also delivers consistent CPAP pressure on inhalation and exhalation. No extra parts—it comes assembled with a deluxe mask, manometer and pressure-relief valve all in one disposable setup package. Clinicians can easily attach a nebulizer in-line for patients requiring aerosol inhalation medication with CPAP therapy. Mercury Medical
800/237-6418
lsouder@mercurymed.com
www.mercurymed.com


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Rescuer Emergency CPAP System

The Rescuer Emergency CPAP System was designed to offer the maximal respiratory support to patients requiring positive pressure therapy. The newest device available to EMS services, this device offers easy to apply pressure adjustment, separate inspiratory and expiratory filters and a medication port, while having the lowest oxygen consumption of any comparable device. Available in two mask styles, this affordable CPAP system offers more features than any similar disposable CPAP device. BLS Systems Limited
905/339-1069
tedreesor@blssystemsltd.com
www.blssystemsltd.com


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FLO2MAX 4-IN-1 Oxygen Mask

The FLO2MAX 4-in-1 Oxygen Mask  was designed to deliver the maximal amount of oxygen to the patient. This mask was designed to eliminate room air dilution using a patented series of valves. Able to convert to a small-volume nebulizer mask, this mask can function as a true “all in one mask” for EMS services. An integrated filter captures all exhaled bacteria and excess medication, protecting equipment surfaces and staff from airborne contamination. BLS Systems Limited
905/339-1069
tedreesor@blssystemsltd.com
www.blssystemsltd.com



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