MED Alliance is excited to partner with Archeon Medical, an innovative French-based manufacturer dedicated to utilizing A.I. technology to aid first responders in providing optimal care in all circumstances.
Archeon is the manufacturer of EOlife X, a CPR manual ventilation training device that teaches about airway management and good ventilation. By providing visual feedback, the device increases the quality of manual ventilation by 70% and reduces the risk of hyperventilation tenfold.¹
“I am very pleased to partner with Archeon and offer the EOlife X to our EMS customers,” said MED Alliance Group President Mike Schroeder. “Our specialty-trained sales representatives already provide education, training and support for the products we offer, so this innovative device aligns perfectly with our EMS portfolio and the services we provide. The EOlife X is needed at the core of first responder training. We are excited to help our pre-hospital customers learn, maintain and perfect good airway management and ventilation techniques by using the EOlife X.”
The EOlife X teaches first responders how to:
Position and seal the airway mask more effectively to prevent air leaks
Correctly use the jaw-thrust maneuver to avoid insufflation of air into the stomach
MED Alliance Group is dedicated to partnering with manufacturers offering high-quality, innovative products that improve patient care. We are delighted to partner with Archeon and add the EOlife X to our portfolio.
MED Alliance Group is an ISO 13485 certified medical device distributor and has been dedicated to meeting the needs of our clinical customers and manufacturing partners since 1998. We specialize in the sales, marketing, importation, logistics and distribution of innovative, high-quality and cost-effective products found in anesthesia and respiratory, blood and transfusion therapy, EMS and emergency room, interventional radiology and cath lab, iv and vascular, as well as NICU and PICU.
Khoury A, De Luca A, Sall FS, Pazart L, Cappelier G. Ventilation feedback device for manual ventilation in simulated respiratory arrest: a crossover manikin study. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. 2019 Oct 22;27(1):93