Fire Departments

Fire Departments- Firefighters face an outsized risk of exposure to CO because of the work that they do. The ToxCO©️ monitor is designed to help determine CO poisoning in firefighters during firefighter rehab programs so that they can meet the requirements of NFPA 1584 – (6.2.6.3.2) Members exposed to fire smoke shall be assessed for carbon monoxide (CO). The ToxCO©️ is FDA cleared to be used by healthcare professionals including ED personnel, EMT’s and paramedics to aid in the diagnosis of CO poisoning.

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EMS

Healthcare professionals such as EMT’s are in a unique position to identify cases of CO poisoning that might never get diagnosed. The ToxCO©️ breath CO monitor allows them to accurately and instantly evaluate individuals, and groups, on the scene of an incident and make treatment and transport decisions that might otherwise get missed.

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Emergency Departments/Emergency Rooms

Healthcare professionals in emergency settings rely on triage tools to help them make quick treatment decisions every day. The ToxCO©️ allows these professionals to quickly and accurately make a determination of CO poisoning on individuals with undetermined signs and symptoms. Breath CO testing is not regulated by C.L.I.A. making the ToxCO©️ a great point of care test.

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Primary Care Physicians

There is a belief among healthcare professionals that many individuals suffer from undiagnosed chronic low level CO poisoning. Challenging to diagnose without a blood test, primary care physicians and their staff can utilize the ToxCO©️ to quickly, conveniently, and non-invasively test patients in seconds to determine levels of CO in their patient’s bodies.

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Researchers

Before the ToxCO©️ monitor, the only way to study CO poisoning with a clinically accurate tool was to analyze a blood sample. Now, healthcare researchers can utilize the FDA cleared ToxCO©️ breath CO monitor to determine CO poisoning in individuals.

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