Request a Demonstration

Cooling from scene of incident, through transport, to the Emergency Department, Cath Lab, and Intensive Care Unit.

Time Is Life

For every hour to first cooling, the relative hazard of death increases 29%. Cath Lab Digest, Vol 17, Nov 01 2009

A.H.A.

American Heart Association Class IA Guideline: Cooling should be initiated as soon as possible after ROSC. American Heart Association Circulation.2010; 122: S656

10 Seconds & Done

● Meets new A.H.A. guidelines ● Consistent from patient to patient ● Quickest proven way to cool the brain from incident to I.C.U. ● Non-hazardous and latex free