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CL-20 Auditable Narcotics Lock

Securing and documenting narcotics is a daily routine for paramedics, but many services use only simple lock boxes and pass the keys from medic to medic at shift change.

Posted Monday, November 12, 2007

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EMS Challenge Game

The new EMS Challenge game from EMS Edutainment turns learning, reviewing and reinforcement of prehospital care basics into a board game.

Posted Monday, November 12, 2007

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Engel MT17 AC/DC Refrigeration Unit

Studies show that a post-resuscitation hypothermia protocol can decrease the potential for neurological damage and improve outcomes in patients who survive cardiac arrest.

Posted Monday, November 12, 2007

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M-9 Assault Medical Backpack

The M-9 Assault Medical Backpack from TacticalÜand Survival Specialties Inc. (TSSI) was designed by a team that includes a special operations 18D medic.

Posted Monday, November 12, 2007

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OtterBox 1920

The OtterBox 1920 protects your PDA from the rigors of EMS work while maintaining functionality of the keyboard, camera and touch screen.

Posted Monday, November 12, 2007

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Pelican 9450 Remote Area Light (RAL)

The handy Pelican 9450 Remote Area Light (RAL) offers a rechargeable LED scene light in a rugged case that runs for nine hours at its highest setting.

Posted Monday, November 12, 2007

Heart Attack Survival Rates Double Following Implementation of New Guidelines

Heart attack survival rates have doubled in Madison, Wis., Milwaukee and five other places that were among the first to implement new resuscitation guidelines, including the use of a new airflow device.

Posted Friday, November 9, 2007

Memphis F.D. Equips Recruits with LifeShirts; Equipment Transmits Wearer's Vital Signs

Memphis F.D. spends $300,000 to purchase 80 LifeShirts that wirelessly transmit heart and respiration rates and skin temperature in real time.

Posted Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Tracking Device Speeds Rescues: Project Lifesaver Monitors Can Pinpoint Location

Project Lifesaver places small tracking devices, about the size of a wristwatch, on people with cognitive disabilities. The monitor allows authorities to accurately pinpoint the location of anyone wearing the device.

Posted Thursday, October 18, 2007


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