It’s a busy week for ZipThaw.
ZipThaw sales across USA and beyond
It’s a busy week for ZipThaw.
It’s a busy week for ZipThaw.
Thanks to all who attended the FMS investor meeting hosted by Ron Gerber in San Diego last week.
Thanks to our distributor Nicolas Azar for demonstrating ZipThaw — dry, easy plasma thawing — in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. ZipThaw and ZipSleeve are on the move in The Kingdom.
We’re happy to share testimonials from transfusion specialists using ZipThaw in hospitals and clinics across the country. See them on our homepage and here on our blog:
Visit FreMon Scientific, Booth 930, at the IVECCS (Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care) conference in San Antonio September 7-11.
We’re hard at work prepping ZipThaws for delivery.
Here’s Will Davey, VP Product Management and Design and Fred Thacher in St. Paul, MN to test another 90+ ZipThaw202s for release to sale.
Detailed test data recorded on each ZipThaw202 to comply with FDA standards.
Training plasma bags frozen to -30C for testing.
Minnetronix climate controlled manufacturing facility.
ZipThaw is a blood product thawer that uses revolutionary dry technology to quickly thaw blood products for patients in need. ZipThaw is dry, so there’s no messes like with water baths, and fast, so you can increase your thawed plasma throughput — it’s also easy for staffers to use. With simple thawing, staffers can spend their time elsewhere on other critical tasks.
Last generation water bath thawers require enormous amounts of staff time to prep, use and continually decontaminate the devices. Circulated water gets dirty fast. With ZipThaw, there’s a disposable ZipSleeve that both protects the device and assists rapid thawing. If there’s ever a blood product bag leak, simply toss out the ZipSleeve. The device stays untouched. Staffers can move on to other things.
Generally, ZipThaw maintenance is as simple as wiping the device off from time to time, and replacing the heating cushions once or twice a year — a five-minute process done by a staffer, on site. This is less than an hour of maintenance per year, versus many long hours per week with hot water baths.
To learn more about ZipThaw, contact us for a video or in-person demonstration.
We’ve been on the road introducing ZipThaw, the revolutionary blood product thawing device, to military and civilian clinicians.
We’re delighted to partner with Minnetronix to manufacture ZipThaw, a dry, lightweight, safe and very fast blood product thawing device. We’re made in the USA courtesy of partners like Minnetronix in Minnesota. fremonscientific.com. Take a tour inside their facilities to learn more about them:
ZipThaw is a revolutionary blood product thawing device. It’s dry, it’s portable, it contains advanced sensors so it precisely tracks the thawing curve, and it’s fast.
ZipThaw is also very cost efficient. How? First, ZipThaw uses far less electricity than a hot water bath which needs to be pre-warmed and left on for hours at a time. Second, since ZipThaw is a blood product thawing device built from the ground up, we were started with a blank page and designed a thawing device that is dry, safe and accurate. This means there are huge efficiencies with ZipThaw.
To learn more or get a quote, please contact us at email@example.com.
January 12, 2022
RE: FreMon Scientific Announces the Appointment of two new Board Directors
Dear Shareholder and Friends,
As CEO and a Director of FreMon Scientific it gives me great pleasure to introduce two new Members of the FreMon Scientific Board of Directors. Each is well recognized in economics and medicine and we’re honored to have them on the Board. Please join me in giving Drs Norm Miller and Michael Couris a warm welcome.
Norm Miller PhD is the Hahn Chair and Professor of Real Estate Finance at the University of San Diego, and Vice-President of the Homer Hoyt Institute, a think tank of global urban economic scholars and industry research directors. His PhD is from the Finance Department of the Ohio State University. He has taught and guest lectured globally. Prior to joining USD, he was a Professor at the University of Cincinnati. He also advises on the management of private wealth in real estate and stock portfolios, and serves on several advisory boards. He has consulted for several trade associations and private firms and endowments providing economic outlooks and investment strategies. He has been a valuation expert for the FDIC and has been a frequent speaker to trade associations.
Michael Couris MD is a native of Kingston, New York and a 1988 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with an SB in Biology. He attended the Georgetown University School of Medicine on a US Navy Health Professions Scholarship, graduating in 1992. From there, Dr. Couris interned in General Surgery at Naval Medical Center San Diego. He trained as a Naval Flight Surgeon and then was assigned to the Third Marine Aircraft Wing in Tustin, CA. He deployed with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard USS Peleliu and in Kuwait supporting Operation Southern Watch. Following a residency in ophthalmology in San Diego, he finished his Navy career in Portsmouth, VA. Dr. Couris returned to San Diego where he opened his now 20 year-old private practice at Vision Care and Correction of San Diego, where he offers comprehensive ophthalmic services with an emphasis on premium vision correction procedures. Dr. Couris has assumed various leadership roles in organized medicine and currently serves as the CFO of Mercy Physicians Medical Group and as President of Scripps Mercy Physician Partners. He also serves as the Chair of the Cooperative of American Physicians Political Action Committee. Dr. Couris volunteers his time with the Resthaven Children’s Fund and serves as a trustee of St. Innocent’s Orphanage in Rosarito, Mexico.
We’re very excited to have Norm and Mike join our Board of Directors and look forward to their contributions to the success of FreMon Scientific, Inc.
Farideh Bischoff, PhD
FreMon Scientific, Inc.
Yesterday Linda Fabian, Director National Accounts and Fred Thacher, Chief Development Officer, demonstrated ZipThaw® to more than 8 Kaiser Permanente Hospital blood bank and lab technicians, managers and directors.
Fresh frozen plasma is an invaluable resource for clinicians and researchers that can’t afford to be wasted. Unfortunately, the process of thawing FFP in a water bath can lead to enormous plasma waste.
For decades, medical professionals have used slow, cumbersome, imprecise water baths to thaw plasma. It’s time for a better way!
Thaw More Plasma Faster with ZipThaw®
Traditionally, plasma thawing is done in hot water baths which are slow, messy, and outdated. With their slow thawing to imprecise temperatures, time taken for warm up, and extensive maintenance and clean up needs, water baths make it impossible to maintain high plasma throughput levels.
Now there’s an easier way to thaw more plasma, faster. ZipThaw® is a made in the USA, AABB SCoPE certified, FDA-cleared plasma thawing medical device that uses advanced dry technology and safety features to thaw quickly and reliably.
ZipThaw’s two independent chambers can thaw 8 bags to a measured 31°C for transfusion, or 12 bags to a measured 15°C for refrigeration in just 60 minutes. ZipThaw is also completely portable, virtually downtime-free, and requires fewer staffers to operate.
One of the biggest challenges for blood banks and trauma centers is throughput. How quickly can clinicians deliver thawed plasma to patients in need? Consider safe-handling concerns, workflow complexity and the short-lived viability of thawed plasma — getting plasma to a patient, safely and efficiently, is enormously complicated. The current system built around slow, labor-intensive water bath thawing methods is rife with problems and in desperate need of innovation.
It was another busy week at FreMon Scientific. In addition to presenting ZipThaw to the Naval Medical Center San Diego, Fred Thacher and Linda Fabian also demonstrated the ZipThaw dry plasma thawing medical device to Dr. Ginn and her team at the Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital.