1 NAEMSP 2013 ANNUAL MEETING Specialty Workshops, Scientific Assembly and Trade Show January 10-12, 2013 Bonita Springs, Florida Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa Exhibit Guide
2 Visit us at Booth #29 to hear about new survival data! More Heartbeat T H A N A PMS Enhanced CPR. Better neurologic outcomes. Saving a life can mean so much more than simply restoring a pulse. The ResQPOD impedance threshold device (ITD) gives rescuers the potential to return patients to a full life after sudden cardiac arrest. The ResQPOD enhances circulation during basic or advanced life support CPR. This simple, non-invasive device regulates pressures in the chest and improves blood flow to the heart and brain. The result? In studies, survival with favorable neurologic outcomes increased by 25% or more. With the ResQPOD, you can expect more than a heartbeat. Steve Dunn, Ph.D., Professor Thanks to the ResQPOD and a dedicated EMS team, Steve survived sudden cardiac arrest in 2008 and was able to see hi oldest son graduate from college AdvancedCirculatory.com The generally cleared indication for the ResQPOD available for sale in the United States (US) is for a temporary increase in blood circulation during emergency care, hospital, clinic and home use. Research is ongoing in the US to evaluate the long-term benefit of the ResQPOD for indications related to patients suffering from cardiac arrest. The studies referenced here are not intended to imply specific outcome-based claims not yet cleared by the US FDA.
3 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide 1 Welcome! NAEMSP would like to THANK all of our Supporters & Exhibitors for a wonderful conference! The support provided by these corporate colleagues enables NAEMSP to continue to hold quality educational programs for our attendees year after year. In this Guide: Conference Supporters 2 Exhibitor Listing 4 Exhibitors At-a-Glance 12 Exhibit Hall Map 13
4 2 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide Conference Support NAEMSP acknowledges and gratefully expresses our appreciation to the following organizations for their support. Platinum For its support of the Portfolios and Best Cardiac Arrest Abstract Gold Bronze
5 THE ECG IN PREHOSPITAL EMERGENCY CARE William J. Brady, MD, EMT-B, FACEP, FAAEM, Korin B. Hudson, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP, Robin Naples, MD, FACEP, Amita Sudhir, MD, FACEP, Steven H. Mitchell, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP, Jeffrey D. Ferguson, MD, NREMT-P, FACEP, Robert C. Reiser, MD, FACEP This new book, designed specifically for EMS personnel of all levels and written using the winning formula from Mattu and Brady s ECGs for the Emergency Physician 1 and 2, provides guidance on interpreting ECGs in the prehospital setting to guide treatment and help improve the chances of a better patient outcome. The ECG in Prehospital Emergency Care: Features over 200 tracings from which to learn and self-test Offers clear, practical guidance on mastering both single-lead and 12 lead ECGs in the interpretation of rhythms, ACS, and other presentations Covers the full range of complexities relevant to prehospital cases, including not only the common syndrome but also the more unusual presentations Emphasizes the reality, importance, and value of the prehospital ECG and its use in the prehospital setting EXCLUSIVE 30% DISCOUNT FOR NAEMSP MEMBERS! February 2013 ISBN: Paperback 216 Pages $39.95 $27.97 SIMPLY ENTER DISCOUNT CODE NAEMS AT THE CHECKOUT TO CLAIM When the pressure s on, rethink HeMorrHAge CoNTrol. TM TM ITClamp Hemorrhage Control Device Introducing an innovative breakthrough in bleeding control. The ITClampTM is the new solution to severe hemorrhage a leading cause of death in traumatic injury by controlling bleeding in seconds.* Find out more at Booth #52P. TM * Data from pre-clinical trials conducted by Innovative Trauma Care. Now available for sale in Canada. The ITClamp50 device requires 510(k) clearance by the FDA. Currently not for sale in the United States. itraumacare.com Includes a section organized along the lines of differential diagnosis of the more common ECG findings.
6 4 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide Exhibitor Listing ADVANCED CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS, INC. BOOTH #29P Bronze Supporter 1905 County Road, C West Roseville, MN (877) Fax: (651) Our innovative inspiratory impedance technology is embodied in two non-invasive ITDs intended to enhance circulation in states of low blood flow. The ResQPOD ITD 10 provides Perfusion on Demand during cardiac arrest by regulating the influx of air into the chest during CPR. The ResQGARD ITD 7 enhances circulation rapidly in spontaneously breathing patients who are hypotensive. AIRON CORPORATION. BOOTH #8P 751 North Drive, Unit 6 Melbourne, FL (321) Fax: (321) The MACS CPAP System and pneuton ventilators are a family of CPAP products designed for EMS. MACS is the most sophisticated and economical CPAP system available. A calibrated knob sets the CPAP level and a switch selects 65% or 100% oxygen. MACS and pneuton ventilators, portable CPAP for emergency care. AIRTRAQ, LLC BOOTH # Sun Park Dr. Fenton, MO (877) Fax: (636) Airtraq Avant is a low cost per use video laryngoscope. Airtraq Avant makes it possible to perform routine and difficult intubations always with a view. The optional wireless camera and monitor make Airtraq excellent for use anywhere intubations may occur Airtraq WHERE and WHEN YOU NEED IT. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS BOOTH #18 PO Box Dallas, TX (972) Fax: (972) ATRUS, INC. BOOTH # Boca Gardens Parkway, Ste. E Boca Raton, FL (561) Fax: (561) An AED doesn t do anyone any good if nobody knows where it is in the time of need According to 2010 AHA guidelines for Early Action: Integrating the Critical Components of CPR, the FIRST step after alerting emergency services is to locate an AED. In a panic, or unfamiliar environment, civilians would not know where to look and precious time is lost. Atrus AED LINK SYSTEM has the ability to instantly indentify the whereabouts of nearby AEDs registered in Atrus National AED Registry. This enables your community s system to direct callers to the life-saving device. The system also has the capability to automatically summon a nearby, trained, citizen responder with an AED to the scene.
7 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide 5 BOARD FOR CRITICAL CARE TRANSPORT PARAMEDIC CERTIFICATION (BCCTPC) BOOTH # Riveredge Cove Snellville, GA (770) Fax: (678) The BCCTPC is a non-profit organization responsible for the development and administration of credentialing specialty certification examinations (CCP-C and FP-C ) for critical care and flight paramedics. These national examinations measure the attainment of a defined body of knowledge and skill for paramedics practicing beyond the Paramedic National Standard Curriculum. BOMIMED LTD. BOOTH # Eagle Drive Bensonville, Illinois (800) Fax: (877) The INTROES POCKET BOUGIE, manufactured by BOMImed, is designed to fit into an EMS Airway Bag or Cargo Pant Pocket for ease of portability and deployment in an airway rescue. Made from a special blend of Teflon, the INTROES POCKET BOUGIE is self lubricated, malleable and will maintain its memory shape when customized by the user. The Unique Curvature follows the natural path of the airway to ensure better first pass success rates. Utilizing Tactiglide Technology, a more tactile sensation of the tracheal rings will be felt to confirm placement of airway. The Flexibility of the INTROES POCKET BOUGIE also allows for the distal tip to be flexed for Difficult Airways. The INTROES POCKET BOUGIE is your solution for ensuring First Pass Success with Laryngoscopy. BOUND TREE MEDICAL BOOTH #39P/40P 5000 Tuttle Crossing Blvd Dublin, OH (800) Fax: (800) Bound Tree Medical specializes in emergency medical equipment, supplies and product expertise for fire departments, military, government institutions and other EMS providers. We support our customers with our team of EMS-experienced product specialists, customer service representatives and local account managers, backed by strong vendors and a national distribution network. COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF AMBULANCE SERVICES (CAAS) BOOTH # Waukegan Road, Suite 300 Glenview, IL (847) Fax: (847) The Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) exists to encourage and promote quality in EMS. CAAS accreditation demonstrates that an EMS provider has met the Gold Standard of care deemed essential in the delivery of a modern EMS system. As regulatory and oversight agencies turn to CAAS as a benchmark for ambulance service quality, CAAS accreditation is more important than ever before. Learn how becoming CAAS accredited can be a value-added benefit to your organization. CECBEMS BOOTH # Ford Road, Ste. 478 Dallas, TX 75234b (972) Fax: (214) CECBEMS is an internationally recognized accrediting body for EMS continuing education (CE), promoting its evolution and growth through standards development, encouragement of innovative learning, and assurance of optimal learning experiences to prepare EMS providers for their professional challenges. The CECBEMS process includes accreditation of organizations as providers of EMS CE and of individual CE activities. EMS medical directors find CECBEMS accreditation extremely helpful in delivering timely in-house CE and in ensuring that CE from external sources provides EMS professionals a quality educational experience.
8 6 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide ESO SOLUTIONS BOOTH #31P 9020 N. Capitol of Texas Hwy II-300 Austin, TX (866) Fax: (512) Stop by our booth to see how ESO s software solutions for the pre-hospital market are redefining the way healthcare communicates. Check out ESO s integrated epcr, quality management, personnel management and fire applications. Learn more about new Hospital Data Exchange and ESO Connect connecting EMS, hospitals and HIEs like never before. FERNO BOOTH #47 70 Weil Way Wilmington, OH (877) GENERAL DEVICES BOOTH # River Street Ridgefiled, NJ (201) Fax: (201) For over 25 years, General Devices has been the leader in providing systems & solutions for connecting EMS prehospital care providers with Emergency Medicine in the hospital and beyond: Communications, Information Management, Documentation, Telemedicine and more. Innovative products include CAREpoint Workstation for all EMS/ED activities, e-bridge mobile telemedicine, e-net Messenger secure messaging, Rosetta 12-Lead transmission. HARTWELL MEDICAL BOOTH #22P 6354 Corte del Abeto, Ste. F Carlsbad, CA (760) Fax: (760) Known for creating innovative EMS products throughout the world, Hartwell Medical is proud to celebrate 23 years of service to the EMS industry. The new FASPLINT HALFBACK and FASPLINT FULLBODY work in harmony with the CombiCarrierII providing fast, effective spinal splinting while providing extra stabilization and patient comfort during transport. Please visit us at IMAGETREND, INC. BOOTH #27P Kensington Blvd. Lakeville, MN (888) Fax: (952) ImageTrend s Emergency Data Systems software solutions help emergency professionals collect important data for EMS, fire, trauma, emergency preparedness and more. Expand the reporting of data to cubed data analysis with Analytical Reporting, an easy to use, advanced reporting tool. This creates a dimension of reporting not possible with conventional methods. IMPACT INSTRUMENTATION, INC. BOOTH #53P 27 Fairfield Place West Caldwell, NJ (973) Fax: (973) Manufacturer: Uni-Vent EAGLE IITM and EMV+ Portable Critical Care Volume and Pressure Ventilator Systems with Pressure Support, integral SpO2, compressor, blender and PEEP; the Uni-Vent Eagle Model 754, the 73X Mass Casualty Ventilator, Uni-Vent 706 Automatic Resuscitator and the largest selection of portable, mobile, and on board aspirators.
9 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide 7 INFORMA HEALTHCARE BOOTH #32 Bronze Supporter 52 Vanderbilt Ave. New York, NY (800) Stop by the Informa Healthcare booth to pick up a copy of Prehospital Emergency Care, official journal of the National Association of EMS Physicians. Prehospital Emergency Care publishes peer-reviewed information relevant to the practice, educational advancement, and investigation of prehospital emergency care. ITC - INNOVATIVE TRAUMA CARE BOOTH #52P Bronze Supporter 3463 Magic Drive San Antonio, TX (210) Fax: (210) itraumacare.com INTERMEDIX BOOTH # N. Federal Highway, Ste Ft. Lauderdale, FL (954) Fax: (954) Intermedix provides revenue cycle management services for emergency medical services (ambulance) agencies, emergency physicians, urgent care centers, and fire departments throughout the United States. The Company also provides hosted technology solutions for state and local public health agencies, hospitals, emergency medical services agencies, and fire departments. INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIES OF EMERGENCY DISPATCH (IAED) BOOTH # Regent Street, Suite 800 Salt Lake City, UT (800) Fax: (801) The IAED (formerly NAED) is a non-profit standard-setting organization promoting safe and effective emergency dispatch services worldwide. Comprised of three allied Academies for medical, fire and police dispatching, the NAED supports first-responder related research, unified protocol application, legislation for emergency call center regulation, and strengthening the emergency dispatch community through education, certification, and accreditation. INTERNATIONAL TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT BOOTH # Woodcreek Drive, Ste 200 Downers Grove, IL (888) Fax: (630) International Trauma Life Support is a global force in trauma response, with a framework stressing rapid assessment, appropriate intervention and identification of immediate life threats. The new 7th edition ITLS for Prehospital Care Providers manual reflects the most effective approaches to trauma patient care, conforming to the newest AHA guidelines. Online at ITRAUMA.org. JEMS BOOTH # B Street, Suite 1800 San Diego, CA (619) Fax: (619) JEMS is the authoritative source of information on prehospital emergency care for EMS providers worldwide. Each month, JEMS presents provocative and challenging articles and columns on clinical breakthroughs, industry news and trends, new products and continuing education. Please visit for more information.
10 8 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPY - AMERICA, INC. BOOTH # E. Grand Ave. El Sequndo, CA (800) LAERDAL MEDICAL CORP. 167 Myers Corners Road Wappingers Falls, NY (845) Fax: (845) BOOTH #13/14P For more than 50 years, healthcare providers and educators have trusted Laerdal to offer products, services and solutions that help improve patient outcomes. By supporting the advancement of resuscitation science, improving medical education and strengthening the chain of survival in communities worldwide, we help healthcare professionals and lay responders save more lives. MASIMO BOOTH #33P 40 Parker Irvine, CA (949) Fax: (801) Masimo is a global medical technology company that develops and manufactures innovative noninvasive technologies, including portable, handheld medical devices that may enable earlier detection of life-threatening conditions. By simply slipping a noninvasive sensor on the patient s finger and pressing a button, first responders can check carbon monoxide, methemoglobin, and oxygen saturation levels in the blood, as well as pulse rate on the scene in just seconds. MEDUSA MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. BOOTH #21P 36 Solutions Drive, Ste. 140 Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada B3S IN2 (902) Fax: (902) Medusa revolutionized EMS patient care documentation in the late 1990 s with the introduction of Siren epcr Suite. Today, we continue to drive epcr technology to improve patient care with innovative solutions like health information integrations, hospital notification systems and real-time data communications. MERCURY MEDICAL BOOTH #34/35P th Street, North Clearwater, FL (800) Fax: (727) When lives hang in the balance, you need a disposable CPAP system that lives up to the challenge. The Flow-Safe II Disposable CPAP System from Mercury Medical is the Only ONE system that gives you an advantage in life-saving emergencies. A major leap in product innovation, it takes Emergency Care to a whole new level.over 50% less oxygen consumption while delivering High FiO2. Its advantages are many such as Built-in Manometer, Pressure Relief Value and the use of a Nebulizer with in-line capability. The air-q SP is the ONLY ONE Self-Pressurizing Masked Cuff that uses positive pressure ventilation to self-inflate the mask. The result is safer, efficient, low pressure seal during the majority of the case. The SP version allows for intubation and an everyday airway like the regular air-q.
11 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide 9 MERIDAN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. BOOTH # Stevens Forest Rd., Suite 301 Columbia, MO (443) Fax: (443) Meridian Medical Technologies, Inc., has more than 50 years of experience creating specialized products for emergency responders and military personnel around the globe. Meridian s antidotes are stocked by the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, emergency medical services personnel and more than 30 nations around the world. NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS (NREMT) BOOTH # Busch Blvd. Columbus, OH (614) Fax: (614) The NREMT serves as the national EMS certification organization, providing a valid, uniform process to access the knowledge and skills required for competent practice required by EMS professionals throughout their careers and by maintaining a registry of certification status. The NREMT supports a variety of EMS projects and research. NEMSIS NATIONAL EMS INFORMATION SYSTEM BOOTH # Chipeta Way Salt Lake City, UT (801) Fax: (801) NEMSIS (National EMS Information Systems) is responsible for developing and maintaining the data standard for the U.S. and territories. We test software for compliance, work with states to develop sustainable EMS datasets, aggregate, clean, protect and report on data elements submitted to the National EMS Registry. The registry contains 22.5 million records and is available for analysis by the public or trained investigators. NUMASK, INC BOOTH # Canoga Ave., Suite 1500 WoodlandHills, CA (818) Fax: (818) NuMask, Inc s IntraOral Mask (IOM ) utilizes the space between the inner lips and gum to allow a single provider to obtain a leakfree seal without the challenges of facial hair, claustrophobia and obesity. The NuMask CPR Kit comes with one-way valve with filter for ultimate protection. Our OroPharyngeal Airway is soft and flexible to prevent oral mucosa damage and can be trimmed to different length so that carrying multiple-size OPAs is no longer a necessity. The NuMask Retention Shield enables hands free ventilation for use in extended transport and difficult extractions as well as CPAP and BiPAP. PELVIC BINDER, INC. BOOTH #30P 3419 Westminster #276 Dallas, TX (877) Fax: (903) The pelvic binder can be easily used by anyone to help make an immediate impact in the patient with an unstable pelvic fracture. The binder allows for a complete evaluation to be done on the trauma patient without having to rush to the operating room. There is no need to do invasive techniques to temporarily stabilize these injuries. The binder is a small intervention in these life threatening injuries with big results.
12 10 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide PHYSIO-CONTROL Willow Road, NE Redmond, WA (800) Fax: (425) Gold Supporter BOOTH #36P/37P/38P Physio-Control partners with professional responders all over the world to provide solutions in emergency care. As the new standard in emergency care, the LIFEPAK 15 defibrillator is the most clinically innovative, operationally innovative and toughest monitor/defibrillator available today. With leading edge technologies such as the LIFENET System for efficient patient data management and the LUCAS Chest Compression System, Physio-Control is partnering with emergency response teams to improve patient care and save lives. Physio- Control also provides market leading service with its highly trained direct field service team, averaging the longest tenure in the industry. PRIORITY DISPATCH CORPORATION BOOTH #28P 110 Regent Street, Suite 500 Salt Lake City, UT (800) Fax: (801) Get the right information. At the right time. To the right people. Every call. We provide integrated police, fire and medical call-taking software, training, consulting, and support. We incorporate the National Academies of Emergency Dispatch Priority Dispatch System in all our products. PULMODYNE BOOTH #45P 2055 Executive Dr. Indianapolis, IN (317) Fax: (317) Pulmodyne will be exhibiting the O2RESQ and O2MAX Systems for delivering Immediate CPAP for spontaneously breathing patients suffering from Congestive Heart Failure and other Respiratory Distress Conditions. Also the Pertrach for Emergency Cricothyrotomy with a splitting needle and dilator providing a rapid and simple procedure in critical airway situations. QUIKCLOT BOOTH #12 4 Fairfield Blvd. Wallingford, CT (203) Fax: (800) Z-Medica, innovator and manufacturer of QuikClot products for hemostasis. QuikClot hemostatic dressings have been tested extensively by both the US Army s Institute for Surgical Research (USAIR) and the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC). As a result of this testing, QuikClot was selected as the number one choice of hemostatic agents by all branches of the US military. QuikClot is also the choice of many Police Departments nationwide. SAM MEDICAL PRODUCTS BOOTH #51 P.O. Box 3270 Tualatin, OR (503) Fax: (503) SAM Medical Products is a developer and manufacturer of innovative medical products. Our products include the SAM Splint, SAM Pelvic Sling II, Soft Shell Splint, CELOX line of hemostatic agents, BursaMed line of shear and friction relieving dressings, and Blist-O-Ban blister prevention bandages. More information can be found at:
13 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide 11 VIDACARE CORPORATION Gold Supporter BOOTH #15P/16P 4350 Lockhill Selma Road Suite 150 Shavano Park, TX (866) Fax: (210) Vidacare Corporation s EZ-IO Intraosseous Infusion System provides immediate vascular access using the intraosseous (inside the bone) space and is used by 90 percent of US ambulances, over half of Emergency Departments, and the US Military. Privately held, Vidacare s products are marketed in over 50 countries worldwide. ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION BOOTH #49/50 Platinum Supporter 269 Mill Road Chelmsford, MA (978) Fax: (978) ZOLL Medical Corporation, a leader in medical devices and software solutions, helps EMS professionals manage, treat and save lives while also increasing operational efficiency. ZOLL offers innovative, EMS-specific products for defibrillation, circulation, pacing, temperature management, fluid resuscitation and information management that strengthen the Chain of Survival and improve outcomes. Save Time! Go Green! REGISTER YOUR AGENCY* ON THE NREMT WEBSITE For Online Recertification Online Recertification provides these benefits to you and your providers: Allow certified EMS providers to document their continuing education using the NREMT website Monitor the progress of your EMS providers continuing education Enter continuing education documentation for providers affiliated with your agency Provide electronic verification of continuing education and skills for recertification Find Registration instructions on the NREMT home page at nremt.org. Look for Follow These Steps to Register your Agency for Online Recertification *An Agency is an entity that EMPLOYS EMS providers (whether paid or volunteer) who use their EMS skills to provide patient care (not instruct initial EMS education). You may register your agency if you have been authorized by your employer to serve as a training officer.
14 12 NAEMSP Exhibit Guide Exhibitors BOOTH # COMPANY 29P Advanced Circulatory Systems, Inc. 8P Airon Corporation 24 Airtraq, LLC 18 American College of Emergency Physicians 17 Atrus, Inc. 20 Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification (BCCTPC) 41 BOMImed Ltd. 39P/40P Bound Tree Medical 9 Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) 23 CECBEMS 31P ESO Solutions 47 Ferno 22P Hartwell Medical 27P ImageTrend, Inc. 53P Impact Instrumentation, Inc. 32 Informa Healthcare 52P ITC - Innovative Trauma Care 48 Intermedix 26 International Academies of Emergency Dispatch 44 International Trauma Life Support 19 JEMS 54 Karl Storz Endoscopy - America, Inc. 13/14P Laerdal Medical Corp. 33P Masimo 21P Medusa Medical Technologies, Inc. 34/35P Mercury Medical 25 Meridan Medical Technologies, Inc. 42 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) 11 NEMSIS National EMS Information System 43 NuMask, Inc. 30P Pelvic Binder, Inc. 36P/37P/38P Physio-Control 28P Priority Dispatch Corporation 45P Pulmodyne 12 Quikclot 51 SAM Medical Products 15P/16P VidaCare Corporation 49/50 ZOLL Medical Corporation
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