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Former Air Force Surgeon General Joins Integrated Medical Systems' Advisory Board
Date:2/11/2010

in the world. IMS has proven its ability to design, manufacture and field such breakthrough solutions, and I'm proud to be associated with this world-renowned team."

About the LS-1™ "Suitcase Intensive Care Unit"™

The LS-1 is a portable unit intended to supply ICU functionality for adult and pediatric patients. The LS-1 combines the following medical device capabilities into a single platform: physiological monitoring (electrocardiogram, invasive pressure monitoring, non-invasive blood pressure monitoring, temperature, blood oxygen saturation, and heart rate), low rate and high rate infusion pumps, a fluid warmer, a ventilator with carbon dioxide monitoring capabilities and the ability to deliver oxygen to a patient. The functions of the LS-1 are controlled from a central user interface. The LS-1 may be operated using either hot-swappable battery power or an external source. The unit can accept external high pressure or low pressure sources of oxygen. A USB Port provides connectivity to an external printer, and allows for a connection of a USB flash drive to off-load (download) logged data. An Ethernet Port allows for Local Area Network (LAN) connectivity. The LS-1 is intended to be used in hospitals, aircraft, ambulances, field hospitals, and extended care facilities. A future upgrade will allow additional medical devices to be added using the Auxiliary Device Port and be controlled and displayed through the LS-1.

The purpose of the LS-1 is to help support continuous patient care during transport from outside of the hospital or within the hospital environment. Current practice includes frequently disconnecting and reconnecting a patient from therapy and monitoring when a patient is transported. During transport, caregivers have to juggle multiple medical devices and when they arrive at a destination, connect the devices to a central computer. Use of the LS-1 not only increases patient safety, but caregiver
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