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EMS Magazine Announces Top Innovation Awards for 2008
Date:12/1/2008

FORT ATKINSON, Wis., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- EMS Magazine, the leading monthly publication for the emergency medical services market, recently announced the winners of the EMS EXPO 2008 Top Innovation Awards, which recognize some of the industry's most innovative products of the year. The winners were chosen by industry experts and EMS Magazine Editorial Advisory Board Member Mike Smith, BS, MICP. The awards were presented at the Texas EMS State Conference in Fort Worth, TX, November 23-26.

    This year's winners are:

    -- Braun Industries                Braun Super Chief Spartan Furion
    -- Carson Manufacturing Company    SA-441M MagForce Mechanical Siren
    -- Electrostatic Spraying Systems  SC-1 electrostatic sprayer
    -- EmeGear, LLC                    NeXSplint
    -- EVS, Ltd.                       1787-wall mount attendant seat
    -- Global Pathogen Solutions Inc.  D.A.R.T.
    -- Humminbird                      Side Imaging Sonar
    -- Intertek Industrial Corp.       Protek Passenger Awareness System
    -- Knox Company                    MedVault
    -- Monster Medic                   POWERMED-X
    -- National Safety Council         Prescription for the Flu
    -- Nonin Medical Inc.              LifeSense
    -- PerSys Medical                  Blizzard Heat Casualty Blanket
    -- Sartin Services, Inc.           MAB -- Medical Ambulance/Evacuation Bus
    -- Serenity Safety Products        Guardian Safety Seat
    -- Siemens Ultrasound              Acuson P10
    -- TechTrade LLC                   Ready-Heat Infant Warming Cocoon
    -- Thomas EMS                      Thomas EMS ChillCore Case
    -- Turley Backboard Pad            Turley Backboard Pad
    -- WaterJel                        WaterJel Emergency Burn Stations

"The EMS EXPO 2008 Top Innovation Awards are designed to recognize innovations in products and services for the prehospital market," says Scott Cravens, publishe
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