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Watercrest Industries Six-Pak Kart

The Six-Pak Kart is a cost-effective alternative to the stair chair and a convenient patient transfer system.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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Care2Medical Refillable Nebulizer

Nebulizers on patients are like pacifiers on infants: Take them away and panic sets in. The Continuous Care Nebulizer puts a stop to this.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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Andover Healthcare CoFlex AFD

Latex-free CoFlex AFD is an all-in-one foam pad dressing/self-adhering bandage.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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Allied Healthcare Products MCV100 MCI Ventilator

The MCV100 is a battery-powered, weather-resistant ventilator specifically designed to meet the unique demands of mass casualty incidents.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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World Point Prestan Professional Manikin

Realistic to the eye and touch, the Prestan manikin is uniquely designed as a clamshell to accommodate an easy-to-insert face shield lung bag.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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Verathon Glidescope DVR

Designed to help you train in any environment, the durable-construction SimMan 3G incorporates wireless technology with a built-in compressor.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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Ricochet ReadyViz Stow-Away Vest System

The ReadyVIZ stow-away vest system allows you to simultaneously meet several safety standards, while providing the peace of mind and convenience of having a high-visibility vest built into your team_s jackets.

Posted Monday, June 1, 2009

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Emergency Responder Products EZ-Stor Road Cones

The EZ-Stor Road Cones from Emergency Responder Products includes five MUTCD regulation traffic cones with two reflective stripes that collapse to store neatly in a small cube with handles.

Posted Thursday, May 28, 2009

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Trauma Technologies Trauma Board 1000

When a 9-1-1 caller says "Baby fell and fractured his skull," and the residence is on the fourth floor, a certain image comes to mind. WeÌll likely bring the pediatric-sized backboard and C-collars into the apartment and groan when we realize the "baby" is 42 years old, 275 lbs. and in the midst of a seizure.

Posted Thursday, May 28, 2009






 

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