New Blood Analyzer On The Bloc: HemoPalm Prototype Is Nearing Completion

Well, it’s one of those things: while statisticians claim that violent crime is going down, the police and the newscasters don’t waste another moment telling us that the world’s becoming more dangerous by the minute. And what do the little old us have to rely on nowadays to stay healthy and on top of things? The healthcare system? Yeah, if you’re lucky, don’t have a lot of preexisting conditions, relatively young and gainfully employed. The insurance companies? They have been letting us down lately at an alarming rate and something tells us they’re not nearly done. The helping hand of a friend? They’re all busy checking Twitter and updating their Facebook profiles. So, what else is there? Technology. It sure as hell won’t save the world (and movies like ‘Elysium’ are a great illustration why not) but it might come in into your life at just the right moment, so…

5 Modern Devices Needed to Save Lives in Today’s World: The Perfect Kit for a First Responder Team

AS ARE ALL THINGS IN LIFE, emergency services have natural limitations. EMTs, though trained and equipped as good as modern education and technology allow them to be, are still bound by laws of physical world and constrained by road traffic. The rules of ‘golden hour’ and ‘platinum ten minutes’, which basically state that survivability decreases considerably as the time passes, pile on more pressure onto the EMTs shoulders. For instance, teams must be able to arrive to the scene of an accident in- or in less than 15 minutes on a call for a heart attack. Respiratory problems will present the EMTs with a slightly wider window of opportunity – 20-25 minutes. A bleeding trauma (naturally, depending on a type and intensity of the bleeding) is a window wider still, and so on. In short, you can imagine the burden of risk and responsibility, under which the EMTs are operating.…