Intraosseous device wins award

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Vidacare Corp., the maker of the EZ-IO medical device, beat out 700 other entries to win The Wall Street Journals Eighth Annual Innovation Award Competition. San Antonio-based Vidacares EZ-IO was named the sole winner in the overall Gold category of the competition as well as the winner in the medical device category.

Vidacare developed the EZ-IO device in conjunction with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. The company specializes in developing, manufacturing and marketing advanced intraosseous (through-the-bone) access technology.

We are extremely grateful to the judges of The Wall Street Journal Innovation Awards, an established and well-respected competition, for recognizing our intraosseous technology as outstanding,” Vidacare CEO Phil Faris says. He adds… We have worked hard to bring this innovative, emergency solution to both the pre-hospital and hospital communities, so we are extremely pleased by the market and technology validation represented with this award.”

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Vidacare developed the EZ-IO device in conjunction with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. The company specializes in developing, manufacturing and marketing advanced intraosseous (through-the-bone) access technology.

“We are extremely grateful to the judges of The Wall Street Journal Innovation Awards, an established and well-respected competition, for recognizing our intraosseous technology as outstanding,” Vidacare CEO Phil Faris says. He adds “We have worked hard to bring this innovative, emergency solution to both the pre-hospital and hospital communities, so we’re extremely pleased by the market and technology validation represented with this award.”

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