Welcome to

ZOLL Expo

Join us at the ZOLL Expo to learn about the new monitor defibrillator from ZOLL!

Introducing

The X Series® Advanced !

To improve patient outcomes, healthcare providers rely on feedback and data at every step of the rescue. Access to real-time  clinical feedback on the scene can take your care to the next level and enable you to manage multiple disease states.

The X Series® Advanced  provides two new technologies to provide additional feedback:

  • Real BVM Help® – provides real-time clinical feedback on ventilation volume and rate

  • TBI Dashboard™ – provides the right information at the right time to help rescuers effectively manage traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients

FEATURES

Real BVM Help®

January 28, 2021
Real-time feedback for ventilation
With Real BVM Help®  on the X Series® Advanced , providers can view target and delivered tidal volume and rate directly on the monitor. This real-time feedback guides users to deliver high-quality manual ventilation in a manner that has never been possible – until now.

FEATURES

TBI Dashboard™

January 28, 2021
The information you need, when it matters most
Early treatment is critical for traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients. ZOLL’s TBI Dashboard™ on the X Series® Advanced monitor/defibrillator provides trending information on the parameters most critical to a TBI patient, enabling clinicians to quickly detect potential patient deterioration.

FEATURES

Remote View Capability

January 28, 2021
With remote view, clinicians can view data from the X Series® Advanced at remote locations. This telemedicine solution from ZOLL enables effective decision support to help EMS providers to optimize patient care.

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RescueNet® CaseReview

January 28, 2021
RescueNet® CaseReview enables providers to view data from the X Series® Advanced post-case for effective QA/QI. Data includes ventilation performance with Real BVM Help®, CPR performance with Real CPR Help®, and automatic recognition and integration of performance with ZOLL’s automated mechanical compression device, the AutoPulse®.

SCHEDULED

Demonstrations & Education

The X Series® Advanced is the new monitor/defibrilator from ZOLL. You will learn about the new features and functionality that the device offers including: Real BVM Help® and TBI Dashboard™ in addition to remote viewing capabilities.

Moderator

Bobby Halton,
Editor-in-Chief, Fire Engineering

Overview of X SERIES®Advanced

Overview of X SERIES®Advanced

by Mike Grzyb, Clinical Development Director, ZOLL

10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. EDT

X Series® Advanced: Advanced care solutions for multiple patient conditions

The X Series®  Advanced is the new monitor/defibrilator from ZOLL.

ZOLL’s new X Series®  Advanced monitor/defibrillator* helps providers manage patients more effectively than ever before. X Series® Advanced is the first device of its kind to provide the clinical data EMS teams need to improve outcomes. The X Series® Advanced comes with new features available only from ZOLL® : Real BVM Help™, TBI Dashboard™, remote viewing-enabled (not included), and enhanced CaseReview functionality.

You will learn about the new features and functionality that the device offers including: Real BVM Help® and TBI Dashboard™ in addition to remote view capabilities. 

Michael Grzyb, NRP, CCEMT-P

Michael Grzyb is a Paramedic educator based in the U.S. with over 20 years of experience in the EMS industry. Early in his career he found a passion for teaching and training others.  He has worked as a staff Paramedic at several New England based EMS agencies, covering both urban and rural environments.  Additionally, he has held management positions at several New England area institutions, functioning as lead educator, quality improvement coordinator and agency liaison in those roles.  

In 2008, Grzyb became the first member of the ZOLL Clinical Deployment Team.  He helped develop the model for EMS provider training employed by ZOLL worldwide and guided the growth of the team globally.  In his current role as Director of Field Support, he manages the EMS Clinical Deployment team, Sales Engineering team and EMS Training team.  He oversees all aspects of customer experience and internal training programs for the ZOLL’s North American EMS division.

Making the Leap to improvement Science

Making the Leap to improvement Science

Prerecorded Webcast

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EDT

Feedback on STEMI patient outcomes is important for EMS quality improvement efforts. But to do serious quality improvement, EMS also need details on the processes of care they impacted which led to those outcomes. Healthcare organizations, including those that provide EMS, are searching for ways to increase the quality of care, while simultaneously becoming more efficient in their use of resources. This is what the  Improvement of Value‚ is all about. The American College of Cardiology, in collaboration with the Center for Systems Improvement, are going to be introducing ideas, strategies and tools for EMS organizations and hospitals to take their quality and value improvement efforts to next level

Mic Gunderson

Mic Gunderson has a long and diverse background in EMS, quality, and cardiovascular care. He has been involved in emergency healthcare for over 40 years in various leadership, managerial and front-line clinical roles. Currently, he is President of the Center for Systems Improvement — a firm that specializes in system design and value improvement for high-risk time-sensitive care. The ACC is working with the Center for Systems Improvement to develop our EMS and systems of care programs and services.

C. Michael Valentine, MD, FACC

President, American College of Cardiology

Senior Cardiologist, Stroobants Cardiovascular Center, Centra Health in Lynchburg, VA

 

William J. Oetgen, MD, MBA, FACC

Executive Vice President for Science, Quality, Education, and Publications

American College of Cardiology

 

Real BVM Help®

Real BVM Help®

by Paul Boshart and Bruce Calma

12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDT

Real BVM Help® provides clinicians with real-time ventilation feedback on both volume and rate for intubated and nonintubated patients.

Paul Boshart, Commander of Training and Regulatory Compliance, Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service, Ontario Canada

Paul Boshart is the Commander of Training and Regulatory Compliance with Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service in Ontario Canada, responsible for all training and education requirements and has 29 years of field experience as both a Primary Care and Advanced Care Paramedic.  Paul is also a Professor in the Paramedic Program at Conestoga College in Kitchener Ontario.

The Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service responds to approximately 26 000 calls a year and services around 230 000 residents with a staff of 192 Paramedics.   

Bruce Calma, Commander, Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service, Ontario Canada

I have been a Paramedic for 36 years and in that time, I started as a Primary Care Paramedic. In 1997 I received Advanced training and was certified as an Advanced Care Paramedic. In that time, I also served several years as a road Superintendent working closely with our staff. In 2011 I was promoted into my current role as Commander of Quality Assurance and Professional Standards.

The Guelph-Wellington Paramedic Service responds to approximately 26 000 calls a year and services around 230 000 residents with a staff of 192 Paramedics.   

TBI Dashboard™

TBI Dashboard™

by John Tobin, Captain Paramedic from Mesa Fire

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT

Early treatment is critical for traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients. ZOLL’s TBI Dashboard™ on the X Series® Advanced monitor/defibrillator provides trending information on the parameters most critical to a TBI patient, enabling clinicians to quickly detect potential patient deterioration.

TBI Dashboard™ provides a comprehensive display of the most relevant physiologic data for monitoring hypotension, hypoxia, and hyperventilation, as recommended by the TCCC guidelines and proven by the EPIC study.

John Tobin, Lead Educator for The University of Arizona’s EPIC Project

In a former life John Tobin was an Apache Helicopter Maintenance Test Pilot for the US Army.  For 23 years, Captain Tobin has been a firefighter/paramedic with the Mesa Fire/Medical Department.  He has been involved in EMS education his entire career. He has worked as a paramedic in the field, ambulance, and hospital settings.  His assignments include a variety of positions to include Fire Captain, EMS Captain, Alarm Room Captain, and his current position, Battalion Safety Officer.  

John recently completed a two-year appointment to the National EMS Advisory Council (NEMSAC) where he helped advise the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and other agencies in the Federal Government. 

John is a Lead Educator with the University of Arizona’s EPIC Project, which is a statewide initiative to implement the Brain Trauma Foundation’s recommendations for traumatic brain injury care.  He has had the privilege to present on a variety of Fire and EMS topics at conferences all over the world. He can be reached at jtthefirefighter@me.com.