With a wide range of medical solutions, PerSys Medical represents a growing field of breakthrough medical devices, with a focus on innovative products and unique solutions to life-threatening injury.
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PerSys Medical focuses its development of innovative products for pre-hospital emergency medical situations. Established in the mid 1990s, PerSys has built close relationship with medics, training facilities, and decision makers to help us to successfully bring life-saving innovations to from concept to standard of care. The company focuses on bringing to market products that not only improve treatment, but also provide significant savings in time and resources.
PerSys Medical's flagship products include the NIO™, The Emergency Bandage™, WoundStop, and the Blizzard line of thermal protection. All of these products represent best-in-class performance and have become mainstays of the US Military and First Responder communities.Learn More About Us
PerSys Medical Releases the 4BC Kit
The 4BC Kit, with its compact size and easy to follow instructions, is the optimal solution for every law enforcement officer faced with an emergency medical situation involving blood loss. The 4BC Kit offers lifesaving equipment to anyone, not just EMS personnel.
Are U.S. Soldiers Dying From Survivable Wounds?
In a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, the pace at which modern combat casualty care is advancing was called into question. In a 2012 study by Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, the study concluded that conventional forces may experience increased casualties and preventable deaths as compared to special forces.
Intraosseous Devices Sees Use in Ebola Cases
Ebola is one of the world’s biggest viral threat since the AIDS epidemic hit in the early 1980s, likely affecting over 25,000 people1. However, the battle against Ebola is being won as more and more caretakers have been placed in regions of Africa such as Sierra Leone and Liberia to treat patients.