Medical Aide Memoire aims is to bring new innovative clinical products of excellence to the UK and Europe. We will not offer any item, which does not meet our quality standards.
Now available to buy in the UK and Europe, the excellent suite of R-CAT ECG (EKG) interpretation tools and the extremely useful Rapid Capnography Resource (which comes with a handy EtC02 conversation chart) for student and qualified ambulance clinicians, paramedics, nurses and doctors. The R-CAT products, which now include the Arrhythmia booklet and the new R-CAT - 12 for Stemi were developed by EKG concepts in the United States and are exclusively available in the UK and Europe from Medical Aide Memoire.
We are excited to announce a new product to our website available in 4 colours. A fob to carry your Apple Watch, for nurses, medics and paramedics.
Now you can wear your watch to work without compromising infection prevention control requirements.
If you need to be 'bare below the elbows' then this fob is for you. It has been designed to fat all Apple watch sizes due to the central magnet and curved design which flows into the watch.
The xSHEAR is a new product in our collection and now with a new holster. These superb quality shears are heavy duty, hardened stainless steel blades, Black, Red and Pink have a titanium coating. They are twice as thick as most trauma shears, sharpened to a razor edge.
R-CAT for Arrhythmias
Contains 41 six-second ECG strips with the identifying criteria listed below
Double-sided durable laminated panels that can be folded and refolded
Can be marked and erased with dry erase for educational purposes
Calibrated red boxes to measure Heart Rate, PR, QT and QRS intervals
Using a novel colour coding format demonstrating the inspiratory and expiratory phase of the normal Capnogram.
Can be marked upon with a dry erase marker for teaching purposes and wiped clean so it can be used over and over again. Fits comfortably into your pocket to reference all vital Capnography wave forms.
R-CAT 12 STEMI
Clinicians can save valuable time, reduce potential errors, initiate required treatment and improve patient outcomes by identifying 12 lead ECG changes associated with myocardial Ischemia, Injury and Infarction.