EMS World's Top Innovation Award Program recognizes companies exhibiting at EMS World Expo that have produced innovative new products or products that have seen significant changes and were launched after July 2013. The nomination period for this year's award program is now open. Winners will be announced in the February 2015 issue of EMS World Magazine.
Enter your product by filling out the
online form, or download the PDF email@example.com
The 2014 EMS World Expo is scheduled for November 9–13 in Nashville, TN. Visit
www.emsworldexpo.com for information on exhibiting at and registering for the conference.
Below, please find information on the winners of last year's Innovation Awards.
Introducing a new generation in cardiac monitoring
Small, portable capnograph at the point of patient contact
VividTrac offers a paradigm shift in portability, affordability and availability for video intubation devices
Imagine a super bright LED laryngoscope system with the efficiency to provide up to 10 years of field use from one set of batteries
Although roughly the size of an actual automobile interior, the device separates to fit through classroom doors and is easy to transport
The Easy Reach Wall provides EMS personnel with equipment “within arm’s reach”
By utilizing the same technology as the original Israeli Bandage®, PerSys has been able to develop a product that is light-weight, compact and inexpensive
The JETT offers a treatment solution for injuries that are more and more common to military personnel due to IED blasts and penetrating trauma located too high in the groin or inguinal space to be treated by standard tourniquet devices
The Handtevy™ Pediatric Box from Pediatric Emergency Standards has for the first time unraveled the mystery of the critical pediatric call
The Binder Lift is the only product of its kind that provides EMS, firefighters, nursing and home healthcare individuals the ability to provide non-mechanical lift assistance to an individual in need
What sets Smart Lift Vest apart from similar products on the market today is that it employs a horizontal lifting technique, rather than a vertical pulling motion
With a 1,300 lbs. weight capacity the lift is prepared for any job you can roll on it
PCR Lens aggregates the prehospital data from each run as it comes across through the Patient Care Report application and puts it into an interactive user interface