The following research has been performed on the Reactor®:
1. (2002 Survey) – A third-party survey conducted of 23 emergency room physicians and cardiologists regarding our early prototype and concept of how the Reactor® could improve open chest tube insertion.
2. (SAEM Presentation) – Researchers at the University of Connecticut compared the traditional open chest tube insertion vs the Reactor® in a IRB approved rib model and found that the Reactor was faster, easier and done with a smaller incision.
3. (The American Journal of Surgery) – Researchers at Madigan Army Medical Center published a revolutionary look at the traditional method for treating tension pneumothorax (needle decompression) showing the Reactor® to be significantly superior in time to resolution and final pressure.
Presently researchers are evaluating human, cadaver, mannequin and animal studies on the Reactor®. Sharp Medical Products, LLC welcomes research on the Reactor®. If you have ideas for a research project that you would like to discuss please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sharp Medical Products, LLC can on occasion provide support of varying degrees depending on the project and need.
The following research has been performed on O2MAXTM:
1. (SAEM Presentation) – Researchers at A.T. Still University and Grady Memorial Hospital will present clinical data on O2MAXTM (a revolutionary face mask designed from the ‘ground up’) at the Society for Academic Medicine (SAEM) annual meeting, May 15 – 18, 2018, in Indianapolis, IN. The data will be available for publication after that date. A key finding of the study is a significantly higher amount of oxygen is delivered to patients compared to the standard leading simple oxygen masks currently on the market.