Real time makes a real difference

Whether you are a first responder looking for clinical decision support, an operations manager deploying equipment across a system or a medical director understanding a clinical challenge, Philips IntelliSpace Corsium is here to help support your clinical decisions with rich data and clear guidance. Explore Philips EMS solutions Here are the ways that Philips IntelliSpace… Read more »

Unique trolley designed for neo-natal transport service

Paraid (a division of Evac+Chair International), a specialist in patient transportation, has designed a unique trolley to enable the road carriage and loading of a customised incubator system, used for the air transport of newborn babies who require emergency care. Three years in development, the Elevating Transporter+ (ET+), was required to meet an exact set… Read more »

NHS-approved emergency medical bags

The emergency medical bag range designed and manufactured by CorrMed includes trauma backpacks, emergency grab bags, Entonox kit bags, oxygen kit bags, drugs kit bags, medical pouches as well as community nurse bags and vaccine transport bags. Highlights include: flexible ordering through NHS Supply Chain, direct purchase orders or online eCommerce; high-quality, purpose-built and field-tested… Read more »

An AED for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment

A Philips defibrillator acts as your personal coach to guide you through the process of treating a victim of suspected sudden cardiac arrest. The AED provides real-time guidance through simple, step-by-step voice commands and CPR coaching. A Philips defibrillator guides the responder with clear and adaptive voice instructions. The intelligent sensors detect at what step… Read more »

Avy receives EIC Accelerator grant for medical delivery drones

EIC Accelerator’s grant application has been awarded to Amsterdam-based company Avy. With the call of the European Commission for proposals that contribute to the fight against the Corona crisis, Avy’s long-distance drone is a solution for urgent medical transport between healthcare facilities and supports emergency services with aerial camera images to assist at incidents. The… Read more »

South East Coast Ambulance Service introduces new spinal care guidelines

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb) is the first ambulance service in the country to introduce new pioneering guidance aimed at improving the treatment of spinal injury patients. The guidance includes the ending of the use of neck braces or semi-rigid collars on spinal injury patients. The ground-breaking approach is only currently… Read more »

Advanced technology in new Zoll monitor/defibrillator improves patient outcomes

The new X Series® Advanced, a monitor/defibrillator with groundbreaking new technology available only from ZOLL, helps emergency care providers manage patients more effectively than ever before. X Series Advanced is the first device of its kind to provide the clinical information needed to improve outcomes for patients across multiple disease states. The X Series Advanced… Read more »

Blood bikes being seen, being heard and helping hospitals save lives

Having remained operational to ensure emergency equipment can continue to be provided through the current pandemic, Woodway, a proud supplier of emergency lighting and equipment to frontline responders nationwide, has been blown away by the stories of how organisations are adapting in these unprecedented times and by the commitment of workers and volunteers up and… Read more »

Swiss-designed medical innovation

For more than four decades, SCHILLER has been committed to the fight against sudden cardiac death. In 1974, while the most established manufacturers still sold heavy and bulky emergency devices, SCHILLER launched a handy emergency electrocardioscope that was 10 times lighter. Numerous products followed for cardiac diagnostics, cardiopulmonary diagnostics, and emergency care. Today, the latest… Read more »