When seconds count, you need the most effective and reliable pelvic fracture treatment available.
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.
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.
Pyng Medical has just released a new eBook, "Pelvic Stabilization Devices: 5 Reasons to Choose T-PODResponder for your EMS or Hospital Critical Care Teams" by Dr Alan Moloff.
Vancouver, British Columbia – October 19, 2015– Pyng Medical Corp. (PYT:TSX.V), will demonstrate their Sternal Intraosseous Infusion, Pelvic Stabilization and Tourniquet devices to Air Medical professionals at the Air Medical Transport Conference taking place October 19 - 21 , 2015 at the Long Beach Convention Centre in California.
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.
Clinical Data Suggests that Pelvic Stabilization Devices Improve Patient Outcomes as Compared to Bed Sheets
If you are still using bedsheets to stabilize your pelvic trauma patients, it may be time to consider another option: Pelvic Stabilization Devices.
So why is it time to say goodbye to the bedsheet? The simple answer is because they just don’t work as well as pelvic stabilization devices. In fact, clinical data from four recent studies strongly indicates that your patient outcomes will improve if you throw those bedsheets away and invest in new devices that are specifically designed to stabilize the pelvic region.
Four Clinical Studies Support the Use of Pelvic Stabilization Devices to Improve Outcomes for Pelvic Fracture Patients
A LITERATURE REVIEW
Post #2 – Pelvic Stabilization Series by Dr. Alan Moloff
This is the second post in our Pelvic Stabilization Series. In this series, Pyng’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Alan Moloff, will explore the history and treatment of pelvic fractures. In this article Dr. Moloff specifically examines the emergence of Pelvic Stabilization Devices for enhanced patient outcomes. Read Post #1 here.