Diving Medical Equipment Kits Designed for the Job
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03 February 2015DiveDoctor (part of the National Hyperbaric Centre) has launched its new range of medical equipment kits which have been designed for practical use on any dive site while also helping diving contractors to comply with guidance document DMAC 015 Rev 4 (updated Dec 2014).
A number of new products are included in the range:
- Surface Medical Equipment Kit
- Drugs Kit
- Bell Medical Kit
- Chamber Kit
- Hyperbaric Evacuation System (HES) Kit
It is important to have medical equipment in an appropriately labelled secure container while having it readily available for rapid access in the event of an emergency and DiveDoctor has developed two packaging solutions: ROMS (Roll Out Medical System) and a segmented Peli-case, both of which provide organised storage solutions and enable rapid and clear access to the right equipment.
The design is based on experience gained in battle field conditions where quick access is required:
a. The ROMS – a water resistant rucksack - can be quickly hung via magnets to any metal surface eg. the side of an air diving container or saturation system. Equipment is strategically segmented into labelled pouches such as resuscitation, chest decompression and bandages; providing the most practical arrangement for rapid treatment. Velcro pouches can be quickly removed and passed through the med-lock as required into saturation or air diving chambers.
b. The Peli-case offers rugged and durable storage container which is watertight and is robust and secure enough to stand up to transportation between, and on, dive sites.
Importantly, DiveDoctor has selected high quality equipment to include in each of their kits while ensuring a competitive price is offered. The kits have already received an incredible response from the industry and DiveDoctor is now providing medical solutions around the globe.
DiveDoctor, part of National Hyperbaric Centre, and also provider of diver medical emergency telephone helpline, is ideally placed to offer diving medical advice and support and is keen to work with you to discuss your diving medical requirements.