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April 2022: Disruptive Mobile Technology Advances Military Medical Training
New mobile training app for Thornhill’s MOVES® SLC™ & MADM™ medical devices ensures 24/7 performance support to improve military readiness and achieve better outcomes.
DENVER, CO – Mobile learning innovator Allogy announces the launch of a new, easy-to-use mobile training application for military and other medical professionals who use portable lifesaving systems MOVES® SLC™ and MADM™ by Thornhill Medical.
Built on Allogy’s Capillary platform (the technology behind Deployed Medicine, the Defense Health Agency’s app with over 100,000 users worldwide), the MOVES® SLC™ & MADM™ Training application puts critical information about operating Thornhill Medical technologies at the user’s fingertips, whenever and wherever needed.
The application provides offline functionality—a vital feature for military and disaster first responders who provide casualty and patient care on the battlefield, during transit or evacuation, and in other extreme conditions.
“We’re delighted to collaborate with renowned medical innovator Thornhill Medical to produce this essential resource for their MOVES® SLC™ & MADM™ systems,” says Colin Forward, CEO at Allogy. “This app builds on our successful record of delivering effective learning and support tools for clinical professionals, when and where they need them most—even in the most challenging environments.
The new MOVES® SLC™ & MADM™ Training application supplements Thornhill Medical’s suite of in-person training experiences and on-demand online materials. Intuitive and easy to navigate, the app serves as a convenient way to learn, refresh knowledge, and access crucial information “at the point of need.” The underlying Capillary platform is scalable and adaptable, allowing Thornhill Medical to push updated content in real-time and gain valuable insights based on customizable analytics.
“Thanks to Allogy’s efforts, the MOVES® SLC™ & MADM™ mobile app ensures that military medical professionals have the information they need to deploy these systems successfully and improve patient care,” says Madeline Cowie, Product Manager at Thornhill Medical. “Whether they use it as a quick reference for set-up or to refresh their training knowledge, clinical professionals will find this app meets the high standards in performance, ease-of-use and innovation that they’ve come to expect from Thornhill Medical.”
About MOVES® SLC™
MOVES® SLC™ Micro-integrated, mission-ready, portable life support system for complex domains, across casualty damage control, prolonged casualty care and evacuation. MOVES® SLC™ combines an oxygen concentrator, a unique O2 conserving ventilator, suction and complete vital signs monitoring in a single, rugged, portable, battery-powered unit without the need for heavy, dangerous oxygen tanks.
MADM™ is a portable inline direct injection gas anesthesia vaporizer, delivering isoflurane (ISO) and sevoflurane (SEVO) gas anesthesia safely and accurately. MADM™ integrates seamlessly with MOVES® SLC™ or other sources of ventilation for quick set up in a small footprint – exactly what is required when time and space are at a premium.
About Allogy, Inc.
Born out of the Institute of Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida, Allogy is a software development and services provider for large healthcare and government customers. Skilled professionals depend on Allogy for cutting-edge mobile learning and performance support.
For more, visit https://allogy.com/
About Thornhill Medical
Thornhill Medical is a leading developer of innovative medical technologies, including amongst others, its proprietary MOVES® SLC™ portable, integrated life-support technology and MADM™, the portable in-line vapor anesthesia delivery device that can turn ventilators into an anesthesia workstations. Drawing on its wide range of scientific and technological expertise from physiology and critical care medicine to electrical and mechanical engineering and more, Thornhill Medical develops ground-breaking products for use around the world by emergency health care providers, military medical teams and disaster relief responders.