FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, February 3, 2017
INDEPENDENT CLINICAL TESTIING VERIFIES SUPERIOR COOLING CAPABILITY OF THE THERMOSUIT SYSTEM
A peer-reviewed article by Tan et al  was published in the February 2017 issue of the Journal of Athletic Training. The authors conducted a clinical study in which hyperthermic subjects were cooled by three cooling methods, including the ThermoSuit System. They demonstrated that the ThermoSuit produced significantly faster core body cooling than did the BCU (Body Cooling Unit) and EMCOOLS devices. The authors cited McDermott et al  who stated that ideal cooling modalities provide a cooling rate equal to or greater than 0.155°C/min. Only the ThermoSuit was able to provide a sustained cooling in the ideal range.
 Tan PMS, Eunice Y. N. Teo EYN, Ali NB, Ang BCH, Iskandar I, Law LYL, Lee JKW, “Evaluation of Various Cooling Systems After Exercise-Induced Hyperthermia”, Journal of Athletic Training: February 2017, Vol. 52, No. 2, pp. 108-116.
 McDermott BP, Casa DJ, Ganio MS et al, “Acute Whole-Body Cooling for Exercise-Induced Hyperthermia: A Systematic Review”, J Athl Train. 2009; 44(1): 84-93.
About Life Recovery Systems
Founded in 2003, Life Recovery Systems focuses on ground breaking, innovative medical devices for the emergency medical care market. Its mission is to save and preserve the quality of lives. Its first product, the ThermoSuit System, was developed with the assistance of NIH NHLBI funding to provide physicians and nurses with a safe, convenient, and extremely rapid method for cooling patients. It has received FDA 510(k) clearance for “temperature reduction in patients where clinically indicated, e.g. in hyperthermic patients.” It won a Medical Design Excellence Award in 2009, and multicenter clinical results were published in the Journal Resuscitation in 2010. Headquartered in Kinnelon, NJ, Life Recovery Systems also has offices in Alexandria, LA. https://www.life-recovery.com.
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