Patent US 9,623, 140 B2
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- First Responders are exposed to hundreds of pathogens daily.
MRSA, C.diffcile, and Infuenza can occur due to exposure.
- The FirstResponder™ Sterilizer helps
protect those who put
themselves in harms
way as well as their
Up to $2,314 potential annual savings per EM T ($34,030 avg annual salary/14.7 sick days).
source: Health and Social Care Information Centre/U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Reduces Sick Days and Operating Costs**
Provides a Healthier Environment
Helps Eliminate Chronic Odors and Pathogens
in EMS Vehicles
was designed to be pulled off and left at an
MCI transportation area for on-scene patient
charting and rapid reporting of information
to receiving hospitals.
Bob loved it, and agreed to adopt it—if I
could get him 1,000 tags in time for that year’s
Boston Marathon. I managed to get him the
tags, but to do so I had to order 5,000 of them.
It was the only way to get a decent cost-per-tag price from the printer.
He used the tags at the Boston Marathon
and on Boston EMS rigs. I kept the remaining
4,000 in my already cluttered garage.
At the time, my young bride wasn’t very
happy with me for ordering 5,000 tags —and
paying extra to have them shrink-wrapped.
She called it my “triage tag pipe dream.”
BOB’S SPECIAL OPS GARAGE
During one of my many visits with Bob, he
took me to a secure location and proudly
showed me his “secret baby:” A large,
equipment, transmitters, generators and an
easy-to-erect radio tower that would offer
uninterrupted communications if a terror-
ist ever detonated an electromagnetic bomb
(“e-bomb”) in Boston.
E-bombs use an intense electromagnetic
field to create a pulse of energy that affects
electronic circuitry without harming humans
or buildings, temporarily disabling electronics
systems or corrupting computer data.
Some of the specialty vehicles Sarge and his highly skilled team proudly deployed and maintained.