The year 2018 has been a year of increasing our foot print across the country and we will continue to do so in the following years. Schiller has been supporting its customers by focusing on the need for modern medical technologies in cardiology. In its ongoing endeavor to increase its presence in the country, Schiller has been offering a range of cardiac catheterization machines to the Indian market. India being a heavily populated country, the ratio between the numbers of patient per doctor is highly skewed. In such a scenario, transporting critical patients to hospitals has become the growing need in the country. To support this process, the company has recently added an automatic CPR device, Easy Pulse and a range of defibrillators to its emergency care product’s basket.
Easy Pulse is an automatic mechanical chest compression device for CPR. This portable, standalone device delivers chest compressions automatically at consistent rate and depth. It is directly attached to the patient’s upper body and can thus be used in any situation, regardless of ambient conditions. A high-quality uninterrupted chest compression can be guaranteed by this machine, during transport. The device weighs less than 3.5 kg, opening up entirely new possibilities, such as air rescue services.
Fred easyport is an incredibly small and light pocket defibrillator, just about the size of a mobile phone and is an ideal companion for risk patients and their family members. It dramatically reduces the response time to treat ventricular fibrillation and tachycardia, giving victims a much better chance of survival. Fred PA-1 is a public access defibrillator which can be operated by untrained users as well. By lifting up the device cover, the machine starts up immediately and guides the rescuer step-by-step during the entire resuscitation process. This device can be stored in offices, homes, and even in cars to deal with emergencies. Schiller’s small and lightweight rescue devices can make a difference especially in extreme situations where bulky and heavy devices prove to be impractical. With the introduction of these products, Schiller is well poised to help fulfil the government thrust to improve healthcare across the country.
Corrigendum. This is to inform that CereTom is an 8-slice portable and mobile CT and not a single slice portable CT as mentioned in the previous ad published in the September 2018 edition.