Southern Manatee Fire Rescue District Receives Generous Donation to Purchase the Handtevy Pediatric Emergency Systems for all of their 1st Out Fire Apparatus
Media Coverage | June 26, 2018

The Southern Manatee Fire Rescue Fire Commissioners recognized Mr. Michael Damato for his generous donation of $5000.00 which was used to outfit all first out fire apparatus with the Handtevy Emergency Pediatric equipment, the gold standard for pediatric emergency care.

Media Coverage | February 24, 2018

Aid crews get a dose of digital medicine. An IPad app, called Handtevy, will do the math and other tricks to help prevent medical errors when treating children.

Media Coverage | February 1, 2018

Caring for sick kids—especially really, really sick kids—is stressful, and as our stress levels increase, so does our likelihood of error. Lack of regular practice with these types of emergencies can make matters worse, and if we add mathematical calculations to the equation, the challenge is compounded.

Media Coverage | May 11, 2017

Illinois EMT crews have a new tool in their arsenal that can help save a child’s life – when seconds matter.

Providing emergency treatment for children can be one of the most stressful situations for first responders, but now EMS crews in central Illinois can take math out of the equation to provide emergency care quickly and safely.

Press Release | April 27, 2017

ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR) now delivers seamless integration of pediatric dosing and equipment information directly into the medical record, thanks to a partnership with Handtevy.

Media Coverage | January 25, 2016

Paramedics at Lakeview EMS, a St. Croix Valley leader in pre-hospital standards are using a new technology called the Handtevy System to offer the highest level of care for their pediatric patients.

Press Release | October 9, 2015

Pediatric Emergency Standards Inc., creator of the Handtevy System, the revolutionary pediatric resuscitation system, wins an EMS Top Innovation Award for e-Handtevy Mobile, which was recently unveiled at EMS World Expo 2015 in Las Vegas.

Press Release | January 30, 2015

The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) EMS for Children program today provided twelve Emergency Medical Service (EMS) agencies from across the state with pediatric response bags and training essential to quickly responding to critically injured infants and children.

Press Release | January 13, 2015

Paramedics attribute save to high quality training and the newly adopted Handtevy™ Pediatric Resuscitation System. When seconds matter, Coral Springs paramedics stay on scene to revive pediatric patients in cardiac arrest.

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