Thornhill Medical at Medica
2018-10-09 16:15:03

Thornhill Medical will be exhibiting the Moves in our booth (13B07). 

The MOVES® SLC™ mobile intensive care unit is the world’s first life support system with a built-in oxygen concentrator. It extracts oxygen from the air to deliver 0.85 FiO2 concentrations for ventilated patients, without the need for O2 tanks! This helps makes the MOVES® SLC™ system 50% smaller and 60% lighter than standard transport life support systems currently in use. The system attaches to a patient stretcher and is compact enough to fit in any vehicle, rotary, or fixed wing aircraft, allowing MOVES® SLC™ to be used anywhere mobile ICU capability and oxygen are needed. The system has been tested in extreme conditions of temperature, altitude, shock, vibration, EMC, sand, dust, and rain. It’s also been fully evaluated by the US Aeromedical Airworthiness Laboratory. 

Thornhill Medical also manufactures solutions for EMS and Anesthesia, unfortunately those innovative products will not be at Medica, but we invite you to discover them.The first of those products is the ClearMate, the best solution on the market for monoxide poisoning. With a simple suitcase-like design, the ClearMate is the only portable treatment for CO poisoning, enabling the patient to be treated directly upon paramedic’s arrival. Multiple studies have shown that the time between the exposure and the treatment is the key factor to reduce risks of post-poisoning sequela. It will be a pleasure for LOK and Thornhill’s team to guide you through those studies and discuss potential distributorship of the ClearMate in your market.

The second product that we invite you to discover is the MADM, the world’s first inline direct injection anesthetic vaporiser. It can be connected to any ventilator and instantly deliver gas anesthesia, safely and accurately anywhere needed. The MADM works by measuring anesthetic in the inspiratory limb of the breathing circuit, calculating how much liquid anesthetic to inject and vaporise, and delivering that into the circuit to produce the concentration set for the patient. It works with transport ventilators and resuscitation bags in austere environments. It can also be placed into a circle system ventilator circuit safely, automatically reducing the anesthetic injected to compensate for vapor returning from the ventilator. It also has an impressively compact design!

To schedule a meeting or demonstration at Medica please contact us. To learn more about the product exhibited, but also the ones that will not be in our booth, please visit the