Rapid Oxygen’s new groundbreaking portable R15 emergency Oxygen system is a non-explosive Oxygen device developed in conjunction with the University of Michigan for home safety, drug overdoses and other emergencies.
PRO-VISION® Video Systems, the leader in commercial mobile video technology, will showcase its full line of industry-leading products in front of more than 34,000 fire and rescue professionals at the 2019 FDIC International Conference in Indianapolis, Ind. on April 8-13.
Benjamin Krynski, BSc, BEmergHealth(Pmed), won an EMS10 innovation award for leading a research and development team to formulate and bring to life Real MCI, a revolutionary innovation to solve the problem of how to train for low-frequency, high-impact events in prehospital medicine.
The EMS Agenda 2050 Technical Expert Panel, led by Mike Taigman, MA, won an EMS10 innovation award for listening to hundreds of ideas gathered from around the country and writing a new Agenda for the Future that lays out a vision for EMS system advancements for the next 30 years.
Joshua Ishmael, MBA, MLS (ASCP)CM, NRP, won an EMS10 innovation award for influencing data-driven change and advocating technology and efficiency in workflow and communication in an effort to improve patient outcomes in the Greater Cincinnati region with five hospitals throughout Northern Kentucky.
Richard Huff, NREMT, won a 2018 EMS10 innovation award for embarking on an EMS Empathy Mission, which seeks to improve the way EMS providers interact with patients by focusing on talking with the patient vs. at the patient.
Seth C. Hawkins, MD, FAEMS, FACEP, MFAWM, won a 2018 EMS10 innovation award for editing and publishing the first textbook on Wilderness EMS, which translates traditional EMS to austere, rural and limited-resource areas.
Daniel Ellenberger, EMT-P, won a 2018 EMS10 innovation award for designing and implementing "Stop the Bleed" buckets to provide teachers, staff and students with the opportunity to prevent or react to active shooter incidents.
Rommie L. Duckworth, BS, LP, won a 2018 EMS10 innovation award for collaborating with the Sepsis Alliance to create a free online training module to improve awareness and understanding of sepsis among EMS providers worldwide.
Patricia Casey, EMT-P, won a 2018 EMS10 innovation award for developing the STARS program, which provides a database with the history and health information of children with special healthcare needs.