1 NGAUS Domestic Operations Task Force (Joint) Brenda Butler, Vice President Government Sales William Smirles, Director of Business Development
2 ZOLL Global Leader Proud Sponsor NGAUS - GOLD Global Leader in resuscitation medical devices EMS, Hospital, PAD, Electronic Patient Care Records 25 Year history supporting military DoD defibrillator of Choice for MES Since 2003 Established partner National Response Framework (DoD, VA, DHHS, Civilian agencies) MADE IN THE USA We build 25% of world s defibrillators in Massachusetts.
3 Opportunity: Ground Ambulance 500 ground ambulances (M997A3) added to NG NGAUS JHDSTF #1 Priority MES Upgrade NDAA language making MES Modernization a priority for NGREA funding LTG Ingram & G3 at NGB has made the MES Modernization the top 25 Equipping Priorities. Standard of care ground ambulance equipment normally includes a defibrillator FEMA Federal National Ambulance contract requires a defibrillator
4 Com Integrates Best of Class Technology Resuscitation Therapy Supplied to DoD since 2003
5 Com Integrates Best of Class Technology Vital Signs Assessment Addresses EOL Issue Dec 31, 2012
6 Propaq MD Monitor / Defibrillation Collaboration with DoD $3.5 M Army R&D Grant to develop Next Gen Defib Combines 4 products in 1 AED, Manual Defib with CPR FB 12-Lead, Vital Signs Monitor Smallest, lightest defibrillator Reduces MES 27 lbs & 1047 in 3 Highest Environmental Protection (water & sand) Longest Battery Op Time (6 Hours)
7 Propaq MD Monitor / Defibrillation Designed to meet new standards of care (AHA) etco2 monitoring, CPR Feedback, 12 lead / Data transmission Exclusive Patient mode: Adult, Peds, Neonate Backwards compatible with MES accessories Robust Data communications Wired and Wireless Data transfer for EMR & Telemedicine
8 As Basic or Advanced As You Require Flexible to meet various NG missions
9 ZOLL s Propaq MD Capability Vital Signs Assessment: ECG (3 & 5 Lead) 12- Lead ECG * SpO2 (Masimo Rainbow) SpCO, SpMet NIBP (Smartcuf, Sure BP *) Temp (T1, T2, ΔT) Respiration CO2 Intubated, Non Intubated* ZOLL Therapy *: Biphasic Rectilinear * AED * External Pacing * Sync Cardioversion * Auto Self Tests * Chart Recorder * = Increased capability over MES IBP (3 channels)* LTA (VF, VT, Asystole) * Robust Data Transfer * Wired USB, Ethernet * Wireless , Bluetooth, Secure MIL Radio *
10 Supports your telemedicine needs Provides critical pre-arrival situation awareness to Command and Control & receiving MTFs Currently being used by EMS for telemedicine Propaq MD was selected by USAMMA for a Prototype Military Utility (PMU) demonstration investigating telemedicine needs with ARNG Supports FY13 Joint Resolution J#23 by providing Far reaching telemedicine technology for Army and Air National Guard Medevac Units 10 NG State Assoc passed MES Resuscitation / Telemedicine Resolutions: AZ, AK, HI, MA, MO, MT, NY, ND, TX and OR
11 A Telemedicine Solution across all Echelons of Care NLOS Real-time Data Transmission Command & Control LOS OCONUS MTF s Remote Clinical Support SNC T2 Auto-Populates Forms ZOLL Propaq MD Auto-Populates EMR Databases
12 How can Propaq MD help the Guard Supports Critical Dual State & Federal missions Currently being used by National Guard assets: ARNG Dustoff Ambulances & ANG PJ Rescue Squadrons Currently being used by HHS Disaster Response Teams Currently being used by USMC, Navy, many SF Teams Selected by US Special Operations Command to be a component in their TCCC CASEVAC kit Supports 8 NGAUS & Command FY13 & FY14 Legislative Objectives Insure reliable operation in the most austere environments - specifically engineered to pass the most rigorous military AWR testing.
13 How can Propaq MD help the Guard Upgradeable platform for future enhancements Reduce life cycle costs (5 year warranty) Procured by Active Military & HHS NSN has been issued to Propaq MD DLA contract established (DAPA & ECAT contracts) Can help to ensure that the Guard is ready to respond to terrorist attacks, homeland security emergencies, natural disasters with the most advanced life-saving resuscitation equipment to help you save lives.
14 Thank You for your service and sacrifice to our country
15 ZOLL Contact Information William J. Smirles Director of Business Development Phone: (847) mobile Brenda M. Butler Vice President Government Sales Phone: office
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