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.
Pyng Medical Releases a Review of the Clinical Study: “Comparison of Intraosseous Systems in Emergency Medicine (CITRIN)”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.
In this review of clinical data and user experiences, Dr. Moloff makes the case for using the sternal intraosseous infusion route for vascular access.
Vancouver, British Columbia – Pyng Medical Corp. (PYT:TSX.V), will sponsor and participate in the EMS Today Active Shooter Simulation Lab taking place February 24, 2016. The Active Shooter Simulation Lab is part of the EMS Today conference taking place February 25-27, 2016 in Baltimore.
Vancouver, British Columbia – Pyng Medical Corp. (PYT:TSX.V), will showcase its Sternal Intraosseous Infusion and Pelvic Stabilization devices to EMS Medical Directors at the upcoming EMS State of the Sciences Conference, more popularly known as "A Gathering of Eagles". The conference takes place February 19-20 in Dallas.
New 2015 ERC Guidelines and AHA Guidelines Update Continue to Endorse the Use of Intraosseous Infusion; Add support for Sternal IOFASTResponder | 0 Comments
The European Resuscitation Council (ERC) Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015 and the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) were just released, including comments on Intraosseous Infusion and the use of epinephrine.
Vancouver, British Columbia – November 10, 2015– Pyng Medical Corp. (PYT:TSX.V), will showcase their trauma and resuscitation devices for trauma care professionals at the International Trauma Conference, taking place November 10 - 13 at the Tropicana Las Vegas and support the conference as a Silver Sponsor.
Dr. Alan Moloff Introduces Pyng Medical’s Sternal IO Clinical Review Paper to Emergency Physicians at the 2015 ACEP Scientific AssemblyFASTResponder | 0 Comments
Vancouver, British Columbia – October 21, 2015 – Pyng Medical Corp. (PYT:TSX.V), will attend the American College of Emergency Physicians 2015 Scientific Assembly taking place October 26 - 29, 2015 in Boston.
Visit Booth #1464 and the SimLab at EMS World September 15-19 to demo sternal IO, pelvic stabilization and tourniquet devices designed specifically for EMS
Vancouver, British Columbia – September 10, 2015– Pyng Medical Corp. (PYT:TSX.V), will showcase their EMS trauma and resuscitation devices at Booth #1464 and the SimLab at the EMS World Expo taking place September 15-19, 2015 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
In a new eBook, Dr. Alan Moloff explores the seven key reasons that the sternal route for intraosseous infusion is the best choice for both Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and hospital critical care teams. You can download the full eBook at: go.pyng.com/7-reasons-sternal-io
1. Clinical Evidence Supports the Sternal IO Route
Clinical Studies Indicate the Sternal IO Route Improves Patient Outcomes
Current Guidelines (AHA, etc.) indicate that Intraosseous infusion (IO) is a rapid, safe and effective alternative to IV (intravenous) infusion for the administration of fluids and medications.
Recent studies highlight that IO may be particularly important to get critical medications into the central circulation faster, and in higher concentrations, during cardiac arrest.