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EMS World Expo 2016

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EMS World Expo 2016

Ambu King LTS-D disposable laryngeal tubes are now available in pediatric sizes (far left), as seen at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. The LTS-D is an easy-to-use alternative airway device that still offers superior patient ventilation. Photo Ryan Kelley

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Just weeks after JEMS announced the launch of its new international editorial board, editor-in-chief A.J. Heightman got to network with a group of emergency medical providers from the Dutch ambulance service RAV Hollands Midden at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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A look at Emergency Reporting's booth at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. The company has received NEMSIS 3 certification for its data reporting and records management solution. Photo Rod Washington

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The new iNʃX and iNʃTRAXX systems from Ferno on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Rod Washington

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JEMS Hot Products winner Luna Innovations displayed its TrueClot Blood Simulant at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. The simulated blood is used for traumatic hemorrhage control training. Photo Jared Auld

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JEMS managing editor Ryan Kelley and editor-in-chief A.J. Heightman take a set inside the new Ford Transit ambulance designed by Malley Industries, on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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The new Ford Transit ambulance from Malley Industries on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. The new design boasts better ergonomics and functionality, plus improved cost savings. Photo Melissa Roberts

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The new Ford Transit ambulance from Malley Industries has improved provider access by strategically locating medical equipment and positioning seating. The ambulance was on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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The Camel Lifting Cushion from Mangar is an innovative new product on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. The emergency cushion is designed to lift a person from the floor with the help of just one person.The fully supportive cushion is designed to handle patients up to 700 lbs. with minimal moving and handling requirements. Photo Melissa Roberts

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EMS World Expo 2016

The Elk Lifting Cushion from Mangar is designed to lift a person from the floor with the help of only one person. Its range of settings and usefulness in tight spaces, such as the bathroom, where standard lifting equipment may not be able to be deployed, were on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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The JEMS editors and members of our international editorial board gathered for a meet-and-greet at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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Attendees gathered in the JEMS booth for a quick meet-and-greet with the editors and members of the JEMS international editorial board at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Jared Auld

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Attendees gathered in the JEMS booth for a quick meet-and-greet with the editors and members of the JEMS international editorial board at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Jared Auld

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JEMS editor-in-chief A.J. Heightman hanging with the crew from New Orleans EMS, stars of the show Nightwatch on A&E, at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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The QuikClot wound packing gauze from Z-Medica is specially made for hemorrhage control and was on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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The wound packing trainer from Z-Medica is a life-like simulation trainer with bio feedback for EMS students to learn to stop traumatic bleeding. Attendees were able to get hands-on experience at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Melissa Roberts

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REV Ambulance Group displayed the Stealth Power Idle Reduction System at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. The innovative system provides standby power without engaging the engine to save on fuel costs and vehicle maintenance. Photo Rod Washington

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The ThoraQuik chest decompression device is a simple device designed to treat patients presenting with spontaneous, secondary or tension pneumothorax, or pleural effusions. It was on display at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Rod Washington

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Attendees got a hands-on demo of the ALSi advanced patient condition simulator from iSimulate at EMS World Expo 2016, held Oct. 3-7 in New Orleans, La. Photo Rod Washington