Gaymar is committed to producing innovative and effective patient care solutions. With therapeutic hypothermia and other temperature-based treatments changing lives around the globe, we are glad to again support an expert, internationally renowned educational meeting such as the TTM Congress and to assist the ongoing advancement of the medical community's larger mission.
Springfield, MO (PRWEB) July 9, 2008
Gaymar Industries, Inc. has joined a growing list of companies worldwide -- including, also (alphabetically) Alsius, Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ), Covidien, INNERCOOL therapies, and Medivance® -- that are supporting the premier international educational congress on therapeutic hypothermia and other patient-temperature management therapies.
Proper application of mild therapeutic hypothermia is clinically proven to improve neurological outcomes post sudden cardiac arrest. The annual Therapeutic Temperature Management (TTM) Congress is geared to deliver the most current and expansive mindshare available regarding cardiac and other critical-patient applications to the medical community at large.
Dr. Thomas P. Stewart, President of Gaymar Industries, Inc., said, "Gaymar is committed to producing innovative and effective patient care solutions. With therapeutic hypothermia and other temperature-based treatments changing lives around the globe, we are glad to again support an expert, internationally renowned educational meeting such as the TTM Congress and to assist the ongoing advancement of the medical community's larger mission."
Mark Beran, Vice President and General Manager of CSZ Medical, said "We are proud to stand with Gaymar and the growing list of market leaders participating in this year's event. What makes the congress so effective is the willingness of the best of the best to come together and share clinical and practical knowledge. It's a unique opportunity to learn so much from so many experts in the field."
The 2008 TTM Congress will review research in and protocols for patient temperature modulation treatments post sudden cardiac arrest, traumatic brain, head, and spine injury, stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage, neonatal asphyxia, and other life-threatening states. Leading researchers, physicians, critical-care nurses, and other emergency medicine professionals will instruct and attend. Continuing medical education credit is available to physicians and nurses via sponsorship by the University of Massachusetts Medical School and MEDAVERA®.
This year's congress will be held October 1-4, 2008 in Barcelona, Spain. For a full list of congress faculty, a sponsor and exhibitor prospectus, an agenda, and to register to attend the event, please visit http://www.ttmcongress2008.com.
Medavera, Inc. is a medical education company headquartered in Springfield, MO. The company mission is to improve patient health by identifying educational need and transferring medical knowledge with superior communication strategies and tools. For more information, please visit http://www.medavera.com.
Founded in 1956, Gaymar produces state-of-the art pressure ulcer and temperature management solutions that provide relief to millions of patients each year with unmatched efficacy, comfort and safety. Owned by the Nautic Partners, LLC, Gaymar is also a leader in health education, clinical studies and clinical resources that deliver a multi-faceted approach for preventing or relieving pain and suffering to enhance the quality of life. Gaymar is committed to the development of clinical solutions in a way that promotes caring, passion, quality, innovation and integrity. Visit Gaymar on the Web at http://www.gaymar.com.
About Cincinnati Sub-Zero:
The parent of three separate divisions, Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) is a leading manufacturer of temperature management products for medical and industrial markets. CSZ Medical, a CSZ division, has delivered patient temperature management systems to healthcare professionals since 1963. The medical product line, always designed with both the patient and caregiver in mind, includes several all-in-one-system heat and cold therapy units as well as an array of warming and cooling blankets for body temperature regulation and hyper-hypothermia treatment. Please visit http://www.cszinc.com to learn more about CSZ and http://www.cszmedical.com to learn more about CSZ Medical.
About the Therapeutic Temperature Management Congress:
The Therapeutic Temperature Management (TTM) Congress is an annual international gathering of experts addressing current trends in therapeutic hypothermia and other patient temperature management applications. Leading clinical researchers, physicians, critical-care nurses, and other emergency medicine professionals convene to exchange information and experience in an effort to advance successful protocols in these life-saving treatments. Additional information on the congress is available at http://www.ttmcongress.net.
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