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Jan 31 2017

Is the T-PODResponder Pelvic Stabilization Device the Right Option for Your EMS Team?

By Pyng Medical | TPODResponder | 0 Comments

When seconds count, you need the most effective and reliable pelvic fracture treatment available.

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Jan 18 2017

When Seconds Count, Choose the Sternal IO Route

By Pyng Medical | Sternal IO | 0 Comments

Learn why the FASTResponder Sternal IO device is the best choice for EMS and Critical Care personnel

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Oct 24 2016

Try Sternal IO at the International Trauma Conference

By Pyng Medical | FASTTactical | 0 Comments

Try Pyng Medical's FASTResponder and FASTTactical Sternal Intraosseous (IO) Infusion solutions and T-PODResponder Pelvic Stabilization Device at the International Trauma Conference taking place October 27-29, 2016 in San Antonio, Texas.

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Oct 13 2016

ACEP 2016: Pyng Medical Demonstrates Sternal IO Solutions

By Pyng Medical | Sternal IO | 0 Comments

Pyng Medical will demonstrate their Sternal Intraosseous (IO) Infusion solutions at the ACEP 2016 Scientific Assembly taking place October 16-19, 2016 in Las Vegas Nevada.

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Sep 21 2016

Why Users Prefer the Sternal IO Route

By Pyng Medical | Sternal IO | 0 Comments

It is clear that intraosseous infusion is the new treatment modality of choice in many emergency departments. In fact, it has in some areas become the first choice in vascular access, bypassing the more traditional intravenous access routes. The reasons for this involve many variables, not the least of which are the condition of the patients initial vasculature, obesity, age, or poly trauma producing low pressure and volume whereby vascular access by intraosseous routes makes sense, is easy, affordable, safe and long lasting. 

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Sep 12 2016

Sternal or Peripheral IO? Pyng Medical Releases a User Review of Intraosseous Infusion Sites

By Pyng Medical | Sternal IO | 0 Comments

Intraosseous (IO) Infusion has become an accepted standard of care over the last 15 years. From battlefields to ambulances and emergency rooms, the use of IO devices is rapidly increasing. 

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Aug 31 2016

PHEMCAST Podcast Discusses the Use of Pelvic Binders

By Pyng Medical | TPODResponder | 0 Comments

PHEMCAST  was founded by UK-based Emergency Medicine Consultants and Prehospital doctors Clare Bosanko and Tim Nutbeam, with a goal to “share knowledge and expertise in the field of prehospital medicine with specific reference to the UK working environment” through a monthly podcast along with other materials on their website at www.phemcast.co.uk

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Aug 10 2016

Validation of the Sternal Intraosseous Infusion Approach Using the FASTResponder Sternal IO Device

By Pyng Medical | Intraosseous Infusion | 0 Comments

In Dr. Alan Moloff’s recent eBook, “Why Sternal IO?”, he reviews clinical data and user experiences the case for using the sternal intraosseous infusion route for vascular access.

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Aug 04 2016

The Effectiveness of Sternal IO for Intraosseous Access

By Pyng Medical | FASTResponder | 0 Comments

In Dr. Alan Moloff’s recent eBook, “Why Sternal IO?”, he reviews clinical data and user experiences the case for using the sternal intraosseous infusion route for vascular access.

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Jul 21 2016

Pyng Medical Releases a Review of the Clinical Study: “Comparison of Intraosseous Systems in Emergency Medicine (CITRIN)”

By Pyng Medical | FASTResponder | 0 Comments

A new clinical study, “Comparison of Intraosseous Systems in Emergency Medicine (CITRIN)”was released in December 2015. This study was the first to compare the FASTResponder Sternal IO device with the Teleflex (formerly Vidacare/EZ-IO) Tibia and Humerus IO devices.

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