First order of FAST1 to be used for Lebabon-bound soldiers
VANCOUVER: Pyng Medical Corp will supply the Spanish army with its FAST1 intraosseous infusion system as the standard of care for their army combat medics to carry in their medical bags. Intraosseous infusion involves injecting directly into bone marrow to provide an entry point into the venous system to administer fluids and medications. The Spanish army chose Pyng through the Vancouver-based company’s exclusive dealer in Spain, International Emergency Services (IES).
The first order of FAST1 for the Spanish Army will be used for a contingent of soldiers that are being deployed to Lebanon. “We are honored to offer a product such as the FAST1 with its high degree of success, ease-of-use and dependability,” said Jesus Orbe, director of sales and marketing at IES Spain.