October 14, 2014
In the October 2014 issue of “Military Medical & Veterans Affairs Forum” discussing Cold Weather Medicine: Measures to prevent and treat hypothermia at initial care facilities have included the use of solar and heated blankets and maintaining trauma suites and operating rooms at warm temperatures. They have also included the use of fluid warmers [...]
March 08, 2014
The website Officer Survival Initiative featured the Thermal Angel in an article entitled “The Trauma Triad of Death”. …”Use fluid warmers like the Thermal Angel to keep fluids warm.”
August 26, 2013
We consider ourselves very lucky to work for a company that is able to support both the military and civilian settings like EMS and hospital with our battery-powered Thermal Angel Blood and IV Fluid Infusion Warmer. We originally developed our Ultra Battery 1 to meet the needs of our military, by creating a lighter battery, [...]
August 23, 2013
The Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC), the largest technology trade organization in Texas, has named Thermal Angel by Estill Medical Technologies, Inc. a top four finalist in the Emerging Company Innovation category as part of the 13th Annual Tech Titans Awards. Tech Titans are recognized as outstanding technology companies and individuals in the North Texas [...]
July 22, 2013
The Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC), the largest technology trade organization in Texas, selected Estill Medical Technologies, Inc. (Thermal Angel) as the 12th fastest growing technology company in Texas as part of the Annual Tech Titans Awards. Tech Titans are recognized as outstanding technology companies and individuals in the North Texas area who have made [...]
December 10, 2010
Air Force rescue units haven’t carried blood since the beginning of OEF in Afghanistan.
Thermal Angel will be featured at the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2009 Show in Las Vegas
April 05, 2009
This annual Las Vegas Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference has become the best attended such course in the world.
January 01, 2009
The Thermal Angel has been featured in the 2009 Combat Casualty Care Guidelines as a standard of care. “Prevention of hypothermia a. Minimize casualty’s exposure to the elements… … d. Use the Thermal Angel…if possible”.
January 01, 2009
From the ambulance to the hospital, imagine a revolutionary tool that could potentially save a patient‘s life during the “golden hour,” referring to the first 60 minutes after the occurrence of a trauma, such as a gunshot wound or motor vehicle collision.
December 10, 2008
The Thermal Angel Blood and IV Fluid Infusion Warmer will be presented at the December 10-12, 2008 conference for Battlefield Healthcare Combat Casualty Care. The event will be held in San Antonio, Texas. The Thermal Angel is an integral part and a standard of care for the U.S. Military, worldwide in every branch. [...]
December 01, 2008
The Thermal Angel Blood and IV Fluid Infusion Warmer was recently featured at the 12th International Conference on Emergency Medicine
January 01, 2008
The Thermal Angel has been featured on Texas Cable News (TXCN) – click here
November 30, 2007
The text is quoted as saying: “as intravenous (IV) fluids, blood, blood products, etc., are warmed prior to use (with a blood and fluid warmer, e.g., Thermal Angel) to maintain the child’s body temperature during the administration of fluids to avoid hypothermia.” Maxine’s book can be purchased on Amazon here.
October 05, 2007
Since December 2000, Dallas-based Estill Medical Technologies, Inc. has been riding a tide of unprecedented growth driven by what Chief Operating Officer Jay Lopez calls “an amazingly simple innovation.”
October 01, 2007
The book is quoted as saying: “We think she’s going to be all right. They have this machine called a Thermal Angel, it warms the fluid going into her body and warms her up.” The book can be purchased at Amazon here.
January 01, 2007
Every second counts at the scene of a trauma or on the battlefield.
October 01, 2001
Contemporary trauma literature states you should initiate IV fluids only after you’ve begun transport of severely traumatized patients to limit the impact of prehospital time delays.