Triage & Treat On-Scene
MCI Disaster PlanningPrevent and mitigate “scoop and run” scenarios that could overwhelm or disrupt the care capacity of your healthcare system. A VeriCor Triage & Treatment System is easily managed and equipped with the resources responders will use to triage AND treat victims of a mass casualty incident (MCI). Color-coded mobile cases and care-specific hanging jump bags are the backbone of the system, while a SmartBook™ enables the simple management of product during and after an event.
Cool Cube™ FAQ
A Question from Your ColleaguesQuestion: How much can the Cool Cube™ hold?
Answer: Capacity is one of the most frequently asked questions. Utilizing all six cooling panels (which maximizes the hold time), the interior pack-out space of the Cool Cube™ 03 measures 5¾” x 5¾” x 5¾”; the Cool Cube™ 08 (pictured) is 11¼” x 6½” x 6½”; the Cool Cube™ 28 is 12” x 12” x 12″; and the Cool Cube™ 96 is 18” x 18” x 18”. If the dimensions of the packed-out product are known, then you/we can easily figure out the capacity. But, there are a couple of things to keep in mind:
- The wonderful benefit of Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers is that buffering material is NOT needed. The PCM (phase change material) cooling panels are at a specific, in-range temperature (not 0°C like ice) so that product may be packed up against the panels. This eliminates the need for buffering material and removes the worry of temperature sensitive product getting to cold.
- All six PCM panels are not needed if the maximum hold time is not required (e.g. the Cool Cube™ 08 can go 76+ hours with six panels — use just one panel and it will last roughly 22 hours.). The consistency of the Cool Cube™ to maintain a specific temperature is the result of high-performance insulation combined with the passive temperature-controlling technology of PCM. And the more PCM there is in the Cool Cube™, the longer the temperature is controlled.