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MME – Premier Distributor of the Sapphire Infusion Pump

MME – Premier Distributor of the Sapphire Infusion Pump

  Premier Distributor of the Sapphire Infusion Pump We are thrilled to announce that Master Medical Equipment is now the premier distributor of the Sapphire Infusion Pump by Eitan Medical for the Pre Acute EMS market. As of January 1, 2024, MME is the primary distributor of the Sapphire infusion pump, along with related sets […]

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CPR Methods in History

CPR Methods in History

  The History of CPR Methods Healthcare technology has come a long way regarding life-saving resuscitation. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, or CPR, is a common medical practice many people are familiar with. By compressing the chest, first responders or bystanders can partially maintain active blood flow in a cardiac arrest victim, greatly increasing their chance of survival. […]

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First Look at the New Defibtech ARM XR

First Look at the New Defibtech ARM XR

  Advanced Resuscitation for EMS Did you know, the National Association of EMS Physicians recommends continuing resuscitation compressions for at least twenty minutes? Unfortunately, due to fatigue, the quality of manual CPR can quickly degrade after just two minutes. Quality compressions are crucial to improving survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest. Mechanical Chest Compressors have […]

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MME Acquires JEM Rentals and Financing

MME Acquires JEM Rentals and Financing

JEM and MME: New Rental Opportunities Master Medical Equipment, a leading distributor of new and re-certified medical equipment, is pleased to announce our acquisition of JEM Rentals and Financing, a leading medical equipment rental provider! This strategic partnership strengthens MME’s market position and adds another way we can continue to offer comprehensive solutions to the […]

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From Science Fiction to Science Fact: The History of AEDs

From Science Fiction to Science Fact: The History of AEDs

  From Science Fiction to Science Fact: The History of AEDs It’s Heart Month again! Every February, the American Heart Association raises awareness for cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment. Heart Month has become a national event, with thousands of businesses joining the charge to help the AHA in this mission. This year is all the […]

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The Go-To Infusion Pump for Transport EMS

The Go-To Infusion Pump for Transport EMS

  The Go-To Infusion Pump for Transport EMS Hey there, Nathan Schrupp from Master Medical Equipment here. Today, let’s explore why the Sapphire Infusion Pump from Eitan Medical stands head and shoulders above other infusion pumps in the EMS field. The Sapphire infusion pump isn’t just another option; it’s a unique game-changer for air and […]

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Pediatric Keys & Pads with Carrie Kastner

Pediatric Keys & Pads with Carrie Kastner

  Pediatric Pads vs Pediatric Keys for AEDs: Which is better? What’s the benefits of choosing an AED with a Pediatric Key instead of using pediatric pads? Carrie Kastner, our Education Sales Manager at Master Medical Equipment, joins us to speak on the key differences and the need to be ready for a pediatric cardiac […]

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Patient Lifting Straps for First Responders

Patient Lifting Straps for First Responders

  Patient Lifting Strap: Made by First Responders for First Responders The PAL Strap is a revolutionary tool for EMS providers, quickly becoming a staple for every ambulance, fire engine, and emergency vehicle. Designed by a firefighter who wanted to improve the risky and unreliable “lift-with-bedsheets” process, the PAL strap is a versatile tool that […]

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AEDs for First Responders

AEDs for First Responders

  Why Choosing the Right Unit is Crucial In the world of emergency response, timing is everything. Saving lives hinges on rapid and effective intervention, especially when it comes to sudden cardiac arrest. SCA can strike anyone, from infants to the elderly, and the difference between life and death often depends on quick, well-coordinated actions. […]

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Putting the “E” back in EMS: Paramedics Respond to Abuse of the 911 System

Putting the “E” back in EMS: Paramedics Respond to Abuse of the 911 System

  INTRODUCTION Over the Summer, we put out an open survey to the EMS community, asking for feedback about difficulties facing paramedics’ daily lives and their experience with abuse of the 911 emergency system via non-emergency transports. We asked First Responders to propose specific, directed solutions that could build awareness and begin to bring around […]

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