QUEBEC, QC – Technimount EMS, a leading provider of mounting solutions for medical devices, is proud to announce that it has been nominated winner for the 2023 EMS World Innovation Awards for its Xtension Pro Assistant – CCT solution.
With safety and flexibility at the forefront, this system is an innovative solution that sets a new standard for the secure transport of multiple medical devices, including ECMO during critical care transport. Responding to the urgent need to safely transport critically ill patients, Technimount EMS developed this compact and modular solution allowing for the secure installation and management of life-sustaining equipment. Tested in compliance with SAE J3043, the highest industry international standards for the safe transport of medical devices, this solution is the most unique system on the market to transfer patients to specialized care facilities.
Being the most prestigious award in the Emergency Medical Service industry, the EMS World Innovation Awards acknowledges groundbreaking products for their innovative features and potential to greatly enhance and even revolutionize EMS care. Nominee and winner for many consecutive years, Technimount EMS distinguishes itself by recognizing the evolving needs of the industry, and by responding with what is the most cutting-edge solution for critical care transport.
“The nomination of the Xtension Pro Assistant – CCT marks a significant milestone in the ECMO and Critical Care Transport industry and demonstrates our commitment to the healthcare community,” said Carl Bouchard, President, and CEO of Technimount System. “Being recognized as an innovative company over seven years drives us to exceed our expectations for the best interest of the industry. We take great pride in the acknowledgment we receive from the healthcare community for bringing to the market solutions that truly respond to their needs,” concluded Mr. Bouchard.
About Technimount EMS
Technimount EMS offers a wide range of mounting systems for medical devices, addressing the safety needs of patients and staff during ground or air emergencies and Critical Care Transport, establishing itself as a standard in the Emergency Medical Services industry.