Zoll Medical said this week it won a sole-source contract from the US Defense Logistics Agency to supply Propaq M deployable vital signs monitors to the US Air Force and US Army.
The Chelmsford, Mass.-based company’s Propaq M is an advanced vital signs transport monitor designed for military operations. The system can be equipped with an integrated defibrillator and pacer and an integrated printer.
“We are very pleased to see the continued commitment to the Zoll Propaq platform. This recent award demonstrates the DoD’s confidence in Zoll’s monitoring and monitoring/defibrillation technology that is currently deployed throughout the services today,” Zoll resuscitation biz prez A. Whiton said in a press release.
Early last month, Zoll Medical won a contract with the US Department of Defense worth up to $400 million for vital sign monitors, according to a DoD release.
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