Navigation Links
Serving Those Who Serve Our Country: Medical Device Company Answers the Call of a U.S. Combat Hospital in Iraq
Date:5/13/2008

NASHUA, N.H., May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- When Sergeant Heather Maddy of the 325th Combat Support Hospital in Iraq e-mailed Vascular Technology, Incorporated (VTI) of Nashua, NH inquiring about a desperately needed piece of critical care equipment called a Surgical Doppler for her operating rooms, she never expected one to be delivered within days -- free of charge.

"I would like to let you know that we received the Doppler [System] a few days ago!" SGT Maddy wrote. "And we cannot thank you enough!"

The hospital and SGT Maddy received the VTI Doppler System just before incurring a "mass casualty" in which the Doppler was used on several patients undergoing surgery including once on a gunshot wound victim.

"It couldn't have come at a more perfect time!" SGT Maddy wrote. "Thank you seems such an understatement for our gratitude!"

The Surgical Doppler is used to guide the surgeon during surgery to locate hidden blood vessels and evaluate blood flow. SGT Maddy told VTI her combat hospital conducts many vascular surgeries and were in critical need of a Surgical Doppler System with sterile disposable probes, since their depleted supply left them with only non-sterile probes.

The amount of time needed for purchase-order paperwork by the hospital would delay the Doppler System's delivery to Iraq -- a scenario VTI did not want to happen. So VTI stepped into action and shipped a new Doppler System with a supply of sterile probes, free of charge, to the 325th Combat Support Hospital. Waiting for critical medical supplies and instruments is never an option at a combat hospital, and being prepared always pays off, as is evident in how soon the hospital used the Doppler after receiving it.

VTI is a world-leading developer and manufacturer of high precision, intraoperative Doppler Systems and other medical equipment to the critical care areas of hospitals. VTI's Doppler allows for accurate, real-time intraoperative assessment and delinea
'/>"/>

SOURCE Vascular Technology, Incorporated
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Collaboration yields the right glasses for observing mystery behavior in electrons
2. Scientists discover new method of observing interactions in nanoscale systems
3. Significant Reductions in Mortality and Cardiovascular Events Shown Using Blood Pressure-Lowering Treatment in Those Aged 80 and Over
4. UniCare Unveils Community Resource Center in Topeka to Serve Medicaid Enrollees
5. VaxGen Further Restructures to Preserve Cash as It Pursues Strategic Initiatives
6. Research by Case Western Reserve University, VA earns cover of prestigious science publication
7. Intrasphere Technologies Releases PharmaCM Submissions Management and Authoring Module Powered by Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
8. Nektar Appoints Hoyoung Huh, M.D., Ph.D., to Serve on the Companys Board of Directors
9. Lucid Launches VivaNet(R) Telemedicine Server for Dermatology Applications
10. A Communitys Fight to Preserve its Historical and Rural Culture in Virginia: Biotechnology CEO Gets Involved
11. USANAs CEO Myron W. Wentz, Ph.D. Has Been Elected to Serve on Immunosyn Corporations Board of Directors
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:5/21/2015)... Veolia’s environmental monitoring technology division, ... distribution agreement with VWR to distribute TECTA™ B16, ... than 160 years of experience, VWR, a leading ... and production facilities, has cultivated a value proposition ... to enable science. Endetec’s TECTA™ B16, combines ...
(Date:5/20/2015)... 2015 Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x4b7kw/top_technologies ... Technologies in HW_Technical Insights" report to their offering. ... technology trends in the Health and Wellness sector and ... have an impact in the year 2015. The research ... 10 health and wellness technologies that are anticipated to ...
(Date:5/20/2015)... 20, 2015  Select Medical Corporation ("Select") (NYSE: ... Commission granted early termination of the waiting period ... 1976, as amended, applicable to the acquisition of ... joint venture that Select has created with Welsh, ... previously announced, MJ Acquisition Corporation has signed a ...
(Date:5/20/2015)... May 20, 2015 Agricultural firm H.J. ... of its acquisition of Tiger-Sul. Since the purchase ... Alberta, Canada) in May 2005, H.J. Baker has leveraged ... it into a comprehensive portfolio of product offerings and ... H.J. Baker and the innovation of Tiger-Sul, transforming the ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Veolia’s TECTA™ B16 Instrument for E. Coli Detection is Offered Exclusively Through VWR 2Top Technologies in the Health and Wellness Industry 2015 2Select Medical Corporation's Proposed Acquisition of Concentra Inc. through Joint Venture with Welsh Carson Receives Antitrust Clearance 2Agricultural Firm H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc., Celebrates 10 Years Since Acquisition Of Tiger-Sul 2Agricultural Firm H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc., Celebrates 10 Years Since Acquisition Of Tiger-Sul 3
... Office and Expanded Team Demonstrates USC,s Increased ... Positions USC to Strengthen and Leverage Robust ... ANGELES, Oct. 8 In a move that,demonstrates ... breakthrough research in the biosciences, the USC,Stevens Institute ...
... Scientists Uncover ... Extraction Method, WEST HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 19 Dr. ... of New Haven have,developed a new method for preparing certain ... Mongolia and the,research the group is doing for the Smithsonian ...
... 25, 2007 -, SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19 ... company focused on the development of,compounds for the ... has chosen the company,s lead compound, VIA-2291, as,one ... available for,partnering. VIA will be featured at Windhover ...
Cached Biology Technology:The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation Opens Shop on USC Health Sciences Campus 2The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation Opens Shop on USC Health Sciences Campus 3The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation Opens Shop on USC Health Sciences Campus 4800-Year-Old Mummies Aid Current Cold Cases: 2VIA Pharmaceuticals' Lead Compound, VIA-2291, Chosen as a Top Ten Most Licensable Cardiovascular Program for Windhover Information's Therapeutic Area Partnerships Conference 2VIA Pharmaceuticals' Lead Compound, VIA-2291, Chosen as a Top Ten Most Licensable Cardiovascular Program for Windhover Information's Therapeutic Area Partnerships Conference 3VIA Pharmaceuticals' Lead Compound, VIA-2291, Chosen as a Top Ten Most Licensable Cardiovascular Program for Windhover Information's Therapeutic Area Partnerships Conference 4
(Date:5/20/2015)... DUBLIN , May 20, 2015 ... Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h8t4x6/5year ) has announced the ... of the Global Iris Recognition Market" ... http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769) , ,This research service analyses ... across the government and commercial sectors, ...
(Date:5/19/2015)... , May 19, 2015 ... has announced the addition of the  "Genetic ... offering.  ,     (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769) , ,A recent ... an in-depth analysis of the current and ... of gene-based tests, their working principles and ...
(Date:5/11/2015)... , May 11, 2015  Synaptics Incorporated ... human interface solutions, today announced the appointment of ... and Chief Financial Officer, reporting to Rick ... Synaptics, current Chief Financial Officer, Kathleen Bayless ... Mr. Ali brings extensive financial ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Global Iris Recognition Market Report 2015 - 5-Year Opportunity Analysis 2Global Genetic Testing Market Outlook 2018 2Synaptics Appoints Wajid Ali as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer 2
... leads to the aberrant growth of cancer cells, is ... research focuses on the kinase enzymes whose mutations are ... targeted anti-cancer therapeutics are directed at inhibiting kinase activity. ... Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging, the Institute for Molecular ...
... November 1, 2010) A class of compounds that ... approach to cancer treatment, according to a study published ... National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) Early Edition. The ... in mice by inducing cell death. "PITs cause ...
... PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] The rate at which ... on where they live, according to a Brown University-led geographic ... between 1993 and 2005. By mapping cases of lead poisoning, ... do the most good. During that 12-year period, some ...
Cached Biology News:Microfluidics-imaging platform detects cancer growth signaling in minute biopsy samples 2Microfluidics-imaging platform detects cancer growth signaling in minute biopsy samples 3Of 50,000 small molecules tested to fight cancer, 2 show promise 2Lead poisoning maps in R.I. reveal huge disparities, guide cleanup 2
... Not treated (or medium binding) ... and binds biomolecules through passive interactions,• ... of large molecules, such as antibodies, ... can interact with the surface,• Binding ...
... clear polystyrene formulation , High antibody-binding surface ... , Plates are certified for performance ... , Eight-well strips fit snugly in the ... use even if turned upside down ...
... in vitro diagnostic assays, all EIA/RIA plates ... uniform binding, high optical clarity and low ... part of the Certified Surface Chemistry Programme, ... within QA release specifications. Linkage: This CLS ...
... Lipid adsorption and clarification reagent; ... the purification of antibodies, proteins, nucleic ... has negligible cross-reactivity, and improves downstream ... a solid-phase, non-ionic adsorbent supplied as ...
Biology Products: