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WE ARE PROUD TO WELCOME EPIGUARD

21 October 2019

We are excited to announce that EpiGuard is now part of the LOK Corporation family. EpiGuard specialises in Medical isolation and transportation systems. The EpiShuttle® is a single-patient isolation and transport system, designed to provide maximum patient safety and comfort while allowing critical care and treatment to be performed. The EpiShuttle® can protect the environment from an infected patient, or protect a vulnerable patient from a contaminated environment.

The EpiShuttle® is a flexible patient transport platform for use in multifarious environments. It has undergone rigorous testing to ensure compliance with CEN 1789 and that it can be used with confidence whether travelling by land, sea, or air.

Below are some examples of use areas for the EpiShuttle®:

  • Ambulance Services (Ground and Air)
  • National Health (Public & Private Hospitals)
  • International Organisations
  • Military Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine

EpiGuard will be attending MEDICA for the first time this year and will be showcasing the EpiShuttle®. Come visit the LOK booth (D04) in Hall 13 to find out more about their technology.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Booth number TBD

WE ARE PROUD TO WELCOME 3CPM!

3 September 2019

We are thrilled to announce that we now represent 3CPM®’s Electrogastrogram (EGG). 3CPM is an innovative organisation that was formed in January 1998 to promote and further the proprietary Electrogastrogram (EGG) technology developed by one of its founders, Kenneth Koch, MD. As a world-renowned expert in diagnostic gastroenterology, Dr. Koch developed the initial EGG and associated EGGSAS software for clinical use.

The 3CPM® device detects, records, and analyzes the electrical activity of the stomach to diagnose the gastric myoelectrical activity (GMA) and abnormalities in a quick, accurate, and reproducible manner. These detected abnormalities are associated with several conditions that afflict millions worldwide. This non-invasive, user-friendly system was developed and tested on over 1,000 patients presenting with difficult symptomatology.

3CPM®’s Electrogastrogram (EGG) is indicated for the following clinical categories: Gastroparesis Tachygastria, Bradygastria, and reflux-related GERD+ Dyspepsia, which affects millions.

To get more information regarding this innovative technology contact us

3CPM ABSTRACT PRESENTATION AT IFSO WORLD CONGRESS

The abstract “Electrogastrography identifies subsets of obese patients undergoing bariatric endoscopic procedures” submitted by Carmen Bautista Altamirano will be presented during the 24th IFSO World Congress in Madrid this September 5th. The presentation will be held in the IFEMA P.M. Varsovia at 16:00.

This abstract is about the 3CPM®’s Electrogastrogram (EGG) which detects, records, and analyzes the electrical activity of the stomach to diagnose the gastric myoelectrical activity (GMA) and abnormalities in a quick, accurate, and reproducible manner. These detected abnormalities are associated with several conditions that afflict millions worldwide. This non-invasive, user-friendly system was developed and tested on over 1,000 patients presenting with difficult symptomatology.

3CPM®’s Electrogastrogram (EGG) is indicated for the following clinical categories: Gastroparesis Tachygastria, Bradygastria, and reflux-related GERD+ Dyspepsia, which affects millions.

To get more information regarding this innovative technology contact us.

The 3CPM® Company’s Electrogastrogram (EGG) Machine is an analysis system that records, stores, displays and prints the myoelectric signals from the stomach as an aid to diagnosis of various gastric motility disorders.  In particular, it allows the doctor to divide disorders of stomach motility into different subtypes based upon the EGG signal.  Once the subtypes of disease are known, it is then possible to treat or even cure disorders like gastroparesis in a more personalized manner, ensuring successful treatment.

An EGG is a non-invasive test of gastric myoelectrical activity of the stomach. The EGG reflects the stomach’s pacesetter potential activities, much like the electrocardiogram (ECG) reflects electrical events occurring in the heart. The performance of an EGG does not require pre-medication and has no significant side effects.

The EGG is indicated for patients suffering from:

  • Gastroparesis
  • Unexplained nausea, bloating, early satiety
  • Unexplained dyspepsia
  • Chronic GERD

A solution for a better patient outcome

  • In the United Sates only, 40 million people suffer from gastroparesis.
  • 28% of people suffering from gastroparesis can be cured by a simple endoscopic balloon dilation.
  • The 3CPM® Company’s Electrogastrogram (EGG) Machine can predict  93% response to endoscopic pyloric balloon dilation.

Gastroparesis: Predicting and Curing Disease

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R15 by Rapid Oxygen

Emergency Oxygen Technology

Grab-and-Go Oxygen in a box for home safety, drug overdoses, and other medical events

Safe: Unlike Oxygen Cylinders, the R15 is non-explosive and can be used by anyone, anywhere

Immediate: Bridges the gap between an emergency call and EMS arrival

Accessible: The R15 is permitted in public places and easily carried to a person in need

Simple: No training required, activate with 3 simple steps

Emergency Oxygen When You Need It

The R15 Emergency Oxygen device is the only commercially available emergency oxygen technology that is safe to use in public places and that does not require user certification or training, maintenance, or specialized storage. The R15 replaces explosive oxygen cylinders and can go where the cylinders are not permitted by law.

The R15 is portable and bridges the gap between an emergency call and EMS arrival. With this gap now closed, millions of lives can be saved. The R15 enables anyone to assist in a breathing emergency, rather than being unable to help.

R15 by Rapid Oxygen is the perfect solution for ...

Public Transportation

Millions of travelers go through US airports each year. In fact, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson is the busiest airport in the world, with more than 100 million passengers a year. Due to the immense traffic of passengers and the enormous space that passengers’ travel across airports, there are multiple “first aid” stations which include AED’s. The R15 portable emergency Oxygen device is an ideal companion product to the airport’s current safety items available for travelers to access in case of a medical emergency.

Schools

With over 70 million students across the US, schools and universities have a high priority for keeping their students and staff safe. Medical emergencies in schools may occur on any day; even when the school nurse is out of the building. So, it is critical to have an accessible, safe and easy-to-use emergency oxygen device available such as the R15, for use by any student, teacher, staff member or guest. 

Manufacturing

Unlike compressed gas cylinders, the R15 is the only safe emergency oxygen system for all facilities. The R15 can be placed on a shelf or any visible area where everyone can see it for quick access in emergencies. Oxygen cylinders must be stored in fire resistant cabinets and only people who have specific training may activate an oxygen cylinder. The R15’s breakthrough technology improves emergency readiness while reducing potential liability.

Home Safety

In the event of a home emergency, a family member can activate the R15 and place the mask on their mouth to safely receive 100% oxygen before EMS arrive. The R15 provides emergency oxygen during an airway or cardiac emergency as well as during a fire, allowing the person to breathe safely in a smoky environment while they get out of their home to safety. 

Drug Overdose

“Individuals who are experiencing opioid overdose should be ventilated with 100% oxygen before naloxone is administered so as to reduce the risk of acute lung injury” 

-SAMSHA, Dept. of Health and Human Services, USA

Workplace

Regardless of your office’s location, it can take some time for EMS/EMT to reach the person who needs medical attention. You’ll want to be as prepared as possible to deal with any cardiac or airway medical situation where an employee or visitor needs supplemental oxygen while waiting for EMS arrival. Our R15 portable emergency oxygen device can provide a victim with a continuous flow of 100% oxygen for 15 minutes at 6 liters per minute during the critical moments before the EMS/EMT arrive.

The R15 is a solution easy to use and without limitations

How to Activate the R15:

The R15 Emergency Oxygen Technology by Rapid Oxygen activates with just 3 simple steps. It can be used anywhere, at anytime, and by anyone.

It can deliver 15 minutes of 100% humidified oxygen. It requires no electricity or batteries, and can be stored in any public area. The product is activated in three simple steps, and includes an oxygen mask. The R15 is also maintenance free!

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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 at Ft. Rucker (USAARL), making MOVES the ideal solution for disaster relief and medevac transport.

MOVES® SLC™ includes:

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The Clearmate™ by Thornhill Medical is the only portable system to treat monoxide poisoning. It was engineered and designed for rescue vehicles, hospital emergency departments, factories, schools, and any other facility where the earliest possible treatment of CO poisoning will save lives. Wherever carbon monoxide poisoning may occur, ClearMate™ can, with minimal training, be used by anyone. 

Treatment 3 times faster

The revolutionary, patented ClearMateTM device lets you treat CO victims at the scene, with elimination rates 3x as fast as oxygen, and effectively 3x as fast as hyperbaric oxygen. Since treatment starts much sooner, CO elimination is much faster.

The science behind the ClearMate™

The ClearMate™ works by eliminating CO through the lungs by rapid ventilation (either spontaneous or via resucitation bag). Brain blood flow is maintained by infusing carbon dioxide automatically to compensate for that lost during hyperventilation.

Benefits

Minimal Training

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100% pneumatic 
(no battery needed)

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