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An Alternative to a Backup Generator | Prepare to Triage AND Treat a Surge of Patients | Get a Burn Care Kit in 2020

No Power - No Problem News & Promotions A) An Alternative to a Backup Generator Keep vaccine/blood/pharmaceuticals safe for days! Power outages create major problems for temperature sensitive product. Just ask those affected in California last year, or health offices in Southern Australia in 2016 (a storm led to losing over $400,000 worth of vaccine). The ability to protect vaccines Read More
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Simple Packout for 2020 | Organize and Protect Valuable Supplies | Kits Ready to Protect Staff & Patients

Simple Packout for 2020 News & Promotions A) Simple Packout for 2020 Out with the old, in with the new! If packout methods seem cumbersome and hard to get right (the Packing Vaccines for Transport during Emergencies for example), maybe 2020 is the year to get an easy & qualified, container and packout system. The Cool Cube™ is so Read More
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4 Sizes of Coolers | Are you ready for a surge of burn patients | Trailers for Emergency Management

4 Sizes of Coolers 500 million people infected! Can you name it? The world looks very different than it did 101 years ago when that happened. For one thing, there are much better cold chain management tools (that's our small contribution). If interested in this topic, the World Health Organization has a page you should check out...Influenza: are we Read More
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Cool Cube™ and a DDL – Casing for Preparedness Supplies – Mobile HICS Station

Cool Cube™ and a DDL 111 years ago today, Ford debuted the Model T -- the first car for millions of Americans. The automobile has come a long way since then. Ever wonder where cold chain management coolers will be in 100 years? Let's get there sooner than later! And as always, lots of information can be found on our Read More
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Pro Tips from Cool Cube™ Users | VeriCor’s “Golden Hour” Solution | Cases for EP Supplies

Pro Tips from Cool Cube™ Users Hello, medical professionals! WOW! Thanks to those of you that visited and ordered on the new website this last week (vericormed.com). A lot of great comments were received and plans are in the works to keep improving the experience even more! Once again, a cornucopia of preparedness topics awaits you in this issue (okay...only 3). From Read More