Pegasus Climbing Team Completes First Mountain Expedition

Remote Medical International® is proud to announce the completion of Pegasus Climbing Team’s first mountain expedition. The four members of Pegasus reached the summits of Punta Rossa (11,909 ft), Gran Serra (11,653 ft), and the Gran Paradiso (13,323 ft). While…

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New Remote Medical T-Shirts Now Available

With the introduction of our new logo, we are releasing newly designed Remote Medical International®  t-shirts. The shirts feature a striking outline of a helicopter performing a short-haul operation through the logo. The shirts are from American Apparel and US…

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Police K9 Saved by a SWAT Tourniquet

We recently heard news of a great save with the SWAT Tourniquet (SWAT-T). We’re all glad that Spike and his handler are okay: Dear Remote Medical International, Mid September 2011 I was conducting a high risk search on patrol with my…

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Video: SWAT Tourniquet in Action

The SWAT (standing for Stretch Wrap And Tuck) Tourniquet is Remote Medical International’s number one recommended tourniquet option. With no spinning parts or pins, and no complicated straps, the SWAT-T can be easily self-applied with only one hand. Visit RMI’s…

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Dispatch From Everest Basecamp – Part 3

The weather at Everest Basecamp can be very unpredictable. Mostly, when it snows or the clouds move in it is just a little less comfortable, but at other times it can be the difference between life and death. The past…

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Dispatch From Everest Basecamp – Part 2

May 2, 2009 As I made my way down from Camp three at 24,700 feet the feeling of an increased oxygen supply was energizing. As I moved past camps lower and lower, the angst and the danger lifted. Unfortunately, though,…

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