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EMS (Emergency Medical Service) services, expanding at a significant pace along with new technology assessment worldwide

EMS (Emergency Medical Service) services, expanding at a significant pace along with new technology assessment worldwide

In Aug 2018, Kodiak Emergency Vehicles (specializes in sales and service for ambulances and emergency equipment) joined Technimount System to expand its distribution network in the U.S. In March 2018 Technimount System has been granted an agreement by one of Canada’s major emergency medical service supplier that would see the supply of their compact Stretcher Safety Arms and medical devices for their 400 ambulances, representing to an agreement of around US$ 1 Mn. In Feb 2018, Technimount System expanded its distribution network in partnership with Frazer, Ltd. (leading builder of generator powered emergency service vehicles)

As per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), around 4500 emergency vehicles are engaged with road accidents and trauma cases on a yearly premise. Top key players for e.g. Stryker Corporation, are partnering with some of the best ambulance builders, equipment manufacturers and stretcher manufacturers.

Manufacturers are giving creative therapeutic equipment concentrated on enhancing results for patients and guardians. Companies and EMS service providers are centered on patient safety, anticipation, and usability – bringing satisfaction and conveying higher output results. Top ambulance stretcher providers include Stryker Corporation, Hill-Rom Holdings Inc., and Ferno-Washington, Inc. are more focused on giving top quality services with high end technology such as advanced mobility options, electric lift, comfort automatic controls, scale systems and others.

Research demonstrates that positive caregivers encounters to positive patient outcomes and improved results. Bigger associations are presently creating progressed, yet instinctive, innovation to plan new emergency stretchers all around the globe. In a study at Penrose Hospital, Stryker stretchers helped increase staff satisfaction by 10%, while additionally dispensing with patient falls in the initial 6 months of utilization.

Analyst View

The utilization of pneumatic stretchers and electric powered stretchers is on a rise in hospitals, ambulatory service centers, EMS providers and other facilities.

The expanding number of road accidents, sports injuries, injury at workplace, especially in the city areas, along with the developing overall cardiovascular  events is expected to help the execution of emergency medical administrations. For instance, the U.S. employers reported over 3000,000 workplace injuries in the year 2015. Injuries are common in emergency medical services, and about majority of the injuries continued by emergency medical service providers occur while moving and lifting the patient.

This is the noticeable viewpoint fueling the demand for emergency ambulance stretchers benefits in rural populated areas that successively are driving the development of the overall market.

About Sandeep Dhir

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Sandeep has an experience of working with key opinion leaders and stakeholders in the healthcare industry. Capable in distinguishing and recording quality business necessities for new framework executions in the healthcare domain. Results-oriented healthcare analyst (Pharmaceuticals & Medical Devices) with 3+ years’ of accomplishment refining company’s effectiveness and presentation through assembling, analyzing & reviewing qualitative and quantitative information. A cooperative person who provides end to end solutions for business constraints, proficient in supporting activity and data modeling, and development of modern business methodologies.

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