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Featured on Good Morning America and the Dr Oz Show!, the Act+Fast Anti Choking Trainer is worn by students in CPR Class to learn the Abdominal Thrust Maneuver.
For over 20 years, AllMed® has been serving the EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement and Nursing industries. We are a full-line distributor of the products you need at prices that are extremely competitive.
American Heart Association
CMC Rescue provides quality rescue equipment for rappelling, rope rescue, confined space rescue and water rescue.
EMS Today Conference & Exposition ... where people products and ideas connect.
International Trauma Life Support is a global force for excellence in trauma response. ITLS courses provide the knowledge and skills to better care for trauma patients.
KARL STORZ offers products to simplify airway management, such as the portable C-MAC™ Video Laryngoscope.
For more than 50 years, healthcare providers and educators have trusted Laerdal to offer products, services and solutions that help improve patient outcomes and survivability.
Medic-CE.com provides high-quality, easy-to-use, affordable and CECBEMS accredited online continuing education for EMS personnel.
METI is the world’s leading maker of advanced human patient simulators and educational tools for emergency medicine.
Skedco manufactures and markets state-of-the-art equipment, such as the Sked Stretcher, Oregon Spine Splint, Half Sked, and more.
ZOLL Medical Corporation designs, manufactures and markets an integrated line of proprietary, noninvasive cardiac resuscitation devices, accessories and software.
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