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Cool Cube™ FAQ | Emergency Burn Care | Patient Surge Training

Capacity-of-a-Cool-Cube™

Cool Cube™ FAQA Question From Your ColleaguesQuestion: “What is the capacity of a Cool Cube™?”Answer: For the size-to-space ratio, it is the best available on the market. We can confidently say that because there is no better insulation (vacuum insulated on all six sides) and no better coolant (PCM panels that are safe to pack Read More

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Cool Cube™ FAQ | Medical Supply Trailers | Burn Care MedKit

Cool-Cube™-FAQs

Cool Cube™ FAQA Question From Your ColleaguesQuestion: Are the ice packs reusable?Answer: Yes. The various versions of Cool Cube™ phase change material (PCM) have research supporting zero thermal degradation while exposed to over 10,000 thermal cycles. That means there is a long-life ahead for this temperature controlling system.But make no mistake…the “ice packs” are not Read More

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Can the Cool Cube™ be locked? | Staff PPE for Infectious Disease | A Kit Specific for Burn Care

Can the Cool Cube™ be locked

Cool Cube™ FAQA Question from Your ColleaguesQuestion: Can the Cool Cube™ be locked?Answer: Yes. Locks are not provided with Cool Cube™ PCM coolers due to the differing regulations of various entities. However, quite a few styles and sizes of locks are compatible with the coolers to ensure that valuable product not only stays at the Read More

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A MedKit for Burn Care | Cool Cube™ FAQ | Mobile HICS Station

A-MedKit-for-Burn-Care

A MedKit for Burn CareMass Casualty Burn Treatment Does your facility have the assets required to respond to a mass burn casualty event? The Response-Friendly® Burn Care MedKit can fill the gaps of your inventory with supplies specialized for burn care treatment. When deployed, the Upright Medical Organizer (MC-UMO) gives medical personnel quick access to supplies Read More

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Newly Revised by the CDC | Burn Care Kit | Response-Ready PPE Kits

Newly Revised by the CDC 2018

Newly Revised by the CDCVaccine Storage & Handling ToolkitThe CDC just came out with the January 2018 revision of the “Vaccine Storage & Handling Toolkit” (found on the CDC website here). The #1 question: What changed?The 82-page document is a lot to take in. But if familiar with the previous version, review/download the 30 changes Read More