The Vision of AutoMedx is to improve triage capabilities and elevate the standard of care in the prehospital market.
AutoMedx was founded in 2004 by a group of doctors named Col William Wiesmann, James Evans, Alex Pranger and Earl Smith. Dr. Wiesmann was the Director of Combat Casualty Care in crisis. In that role he liaised with medics, physicians and the private sector to develop new products that improved triage capabilities and raised the standard of care on crisis situations. The SAVe received FDA clearance in 2007 and CE Mark in 2012. The SAVe II was funded by DARPA and went into production in 2015.
These portable devices ideally suited for situations where the use of pressurized gas is inadvisable or unavailable, or where size, weight, ease of use and portability are a consideration. Forward deployed field medics, mass casualty incident coordinators within the DHS and EMS professionals will find the device well suited to their needs.
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