DEFIBTECH CPR DEVICE
Robinson EMS is proud to feature Defibtech Manual CPR Devices (also known as "Lucas Devices") on every ambulance in the fleet. These mechanical CPR devices help to ensure that perfect compressions are being performed throughout a cardiac arrest. These machines can help improve outcomes for these fatal incidents.
*COMING SOON* Robinson EMS is proud to feature Nitrous Oxide units on every ambulance in the fleet. Nitrous oxide is a type of non-opioid self-administered inhaled analgesic that can be used on its own or in combination with other pain medications. This will help our crews better treat and manage pain.
LIFE PACK 15 CARDIAC MONITOR
The Physio-Control Lifepack 15 is the most commonly used piece of equipment in our fleet. Crews have the capabilities to monitor simple vital signs like blood pressure, pulse, and oxygen levels. Crews also have the options for basic Cardiac monitoring as well as 12 Lead EKGs which help diagnosis Myocardial Infarctions (heart attacks) and abnormal heart rhythms. From the data we collect we can cardiovert (shock) someone, externally pace someone, or use the AED functions. Crews can also monitor CO2 capnography, and carbon monoxide monitoring.
STRYKER POWER STRETCHER
All units feature a Stryker Power Stretcher with Bariatric wings and mattress. This battery powered cot will go up and down with the touch of a single button helping prevent provider injury as well as increase comfort for the patient. In 2020 we upgraded to bariatric wings and mattresses to help patients be more comfortable during thier transport.
KING VISION VIDEO LARYNGOSCOPE
The King Vision Laryngoscope helps crews improve success rates of endotrachial intubation utilizing a video screen to help better visuilize anatomy in the patient's throat.