Latest in Monitoring Technology
Q-CPR from Philips
Philips offers Q-CPR, a real-time accelerometer-based technology that incorporates a downloadable resuscitation review. Photo AJ Heightman
EMMA from Masimo
Masimo’s EMMA is a miniaturized capnometer useful for space-limited environments. Photo Courtesy Masimo
CODE-STAT Data Software by Physio-Control
Physio-Control offers CODE-STAT data software for post-CPR review. Photo Courtesy Physio-Control, Inc.
ViSi from Sotera Wireless
Sotera Wireless offers the ViSi, a powerful, compact monitoring device. Photo Courtesy Sotera Wireless
Integrated Pulmonary Index from Oridion
Oridion’s Integrated Pulmonary Index (IPI) uses waveform capnography and pulse oximetry to monitor respiratory rate, EtCO2, heart rate and SpO2. Photo AJ Heightman
CPR Dashboard from ZOLL
ZOLL offers CPR Dashboard, a real-time accelerometer-based technology with data transmission capability. Photo Chris Swabb
The AEV is a portable, lightweight ventilator designed for the EMS market.
The EMV+ is a portable, lightweight ventilator designed for critical care transports.
The 754 portable ventilator has served the EMS and mass casualty markets for many years
The Model 321 portable aspirator has been serving the EMS markets for many years
CCLAW, extremely versatile and easy to apply.
The Model 323 is a new, portable, lightweight and rugged aspirator designed for the EMS markets
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