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PenLight - Special Price
When you're on the road or in a dark place and you want to jot some critical information  all new PenLight is an answer. Penlight combines the usefulness of a pen with the convenience of a small flashlight.

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New Zealand


The Resus-O-Mask reduces the unhygienic aspects of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation by keeping bodily fluids (such as blood and vomit) away from the rescuer. Do not puncture the plastic sheet. Your air will pass through the round aperture, pass behind the blue moulding and through two small 'U' shaped valves to the patient. The Resus-O-Mask is also smaller and less expensive than other common resuscitation masks. Instructions for use are included.

LRM3 Compact Type
LRM5 Vinyl Keyring
LRM6 Nylon-keyring "Lifestart"

This device is not a Resuscitator; it is designed for emergency use and the purpose of reducing unhygienic aspects of mouth to mouth resuscitation and should not be reused. Please keep clean and handle with care prior to use.


Price USA:

LRM3 $3.50
LRM5 $4.00
LRM6 $4.95

Price Australia:           

LRM3 Compact Type $5.00
LRM5 Vinyl Keyring  $6.00
LRM6 Nylon-keyring "Lifestart" $9.00

Price New Zealand:  
LRM3 Compact Type $6.00
LRM5 Vinyl Keyring $7.00
LRM6 Nylon-keyring "Lifestart" $10.00

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Inflation Valve
Many of our professional friends use Air Splints to manage fractures. One of the worst aspects of reusing a splint is having to inflate the splint via the valve wondering, who was the last rescuer that inflated the splint?

The inflation valve is the answer!!!!!

Each individual operator should keep one of these in their personal kit for safety when inflating Air Splints. Just attach it to inflation point and inflate.

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Inflation Valve

EM40 Inflation Valve

EM40 Inflation Valve

USA $3.40 

Australia  $5.00 

New Zealand $6.00  



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Emergency, Medical & Rescue Systems
Toll Free: 1800637827 Business: 0500800911 FAX: 0500800922

Emergency, Medical & Rescue Systems Limited
Business: 09 82072797 FAX: 09 8207296

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