Life Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT)

The Life Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT) is an individualized portable intensive care system and surgical platform providing resuscitation and stabilization capability through an integrated suite of state-of-the-art medical devices. It is a system solution to the need to decrease mortality, morbidity and disability by moving trauma care farther forward toward the site of an injury for improved diagnostics and therapeutics throughout the evacuation and treatment process. This same philosophy applies to both the military and the civilian community: provide early and continuous life support and sustainment throughout the continuum of care.

The third generation LSTAT, Model 9602, features a ventilator, suction, oxygen system, infusion pump, physiological monitor, clinical blood analyzer, and defibrillator. These medical devices are complemented with a fully network-capable on-board computer monitoring system and standalone power system all packaged together in the NATO litter form factor.


  • Ventilator with On-board Oxygen
  • Fluid/Drug Infusion
  • Suction
  • Defibrillator
  • Blood Chemistry Analysis
  • Patient Physiological Monitoring
  • Data Logging with Communications Connectivity
  • Sophisticated Power and System Data Management



Launch of Gym in the Pocket

April 2nd, 2008

Demonstration by our Master Trainers for Gym in the Pocket.
The crowd going through the paces.
Mr. Tay Tat Seng presenting the concept of Gym in the Pocket.
The sumptious lunch at the end of the launch.

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