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H&H Associates Emergency Combat Tourniquet

February 1, 2006
H&H Associates’ new TOURNI-KWIK-3 (TK-3) is an emergency combat tourniquet. Recently tested by the U.S. Navy’s test lab in Panama City, Fla., and given high marks, the TK-3 is a full latex tourniquet designed to stop arterial bleeding and amputations using just one-hand. The TK-3, a 3-inch by 40-inch tourniquet, is more lightweight and less expensive than those currently being used by the armed forces.

Z-Medica Corp. QuikClot ACS Clotting Sponge

January 1, 2006
The QuikClot ACS from Z-Medica is a newly designed delivery system for the company’s flagship QuikClot brand hemostatic agent. The QuikClot ACS is a porous surgical sponge that contains beads of the agent that activate when they come into direct contact with blood in a wound. The sponge also stays in place during transport, is easy to apply to wounds, and can be applied from any angle.

BNC Personal Radiation Detector

November 1, 2005
Berkeley Nucleonics Corp. (BNC) has added two new instruments to its comprehensive line of advanced personal radiation detectors. These highly sensitive radiation monitors discreetly detect and measure gamma radiation then alert the operator through a vibration or audible alarm. They are the nukeALERT II 1703M Personal Radiation Detector (PRD) and the palmRAD 1621M Dosimeter.

RemComm Communications for Disasters

September 1, 2005
Pittsburgh-based RemComm has developed an advanced radio emergency communications system that provides interoperability across all platforms to improve crisis response when there is no commercial power, cell phone use, or Internet access. The system allows first responders to communicate with each other and others better, coordinate efforts, and even to send and receive data by combining simple radios with laptop computers and interfacing equipment.

Philips Electronics HeartStart FRx Defibrillator

June 1, 2005
Philips Electronics’ HeartStart FRx Automated External Defibrillator recently received FDA clearance for its improved design. The rugged AED still gives operators step-by-step instructions for treating sudden cardiac arrest. Now, the device can also handle wireless data transfer to a palmOne PDA to enhance useability. Also new are preconnected smart pads that can be used to treat all patients.
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