October 26, 2015 — Batavia, New York — Medical Conservation Devices LLC (MCD), a subsidiary of First Wave Technologies, Inc. (“First Wave” and “company”), announces that the company’s Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder , Bradley Fuhrman, MD, has been recognized as a Master of Critical Care Medicine (MCCM) by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM).
As a recipient, Dr. Fuhrman will join an elite group of 64 Masters of Critical Care Medicine in the United States. This prestigious designation reflects Dr. Fuhrman’s status as a long-standing Fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine (FCCM).
The MCCM award designates Dr. Fuhrman’s as a leader of national and international stature and acknowledges his outstanding contributions to research and education in critical care and exemplary contributions to SCCM, ACCM, and the field of critical care in its broadest sense.
As a Master of Critical Care Medicine, Dr. Fuhrman will continue to advance technical and cognitive aspects of multiprofessional critical care and serve as a role model for younger critical care practitioners and researchers.
“We are pleased that Dr. Furman has been officially recognized for his talents and contributions to the medical field. We congratulate him on this impressive career milestone,” stated Brian Bell, Chief Executive Officer of First Wave.
About First Wave Technologies
First Wave Technologies, Inc. is a medical device company developing products for the acute care and long-term care market. The focus is to disrupt areas of healthcare with innovative products which have not seen meaningful change historically for the improvement of patient care. Current products are centered around improving the ease and accuracy of pharmaceutical delivery. For more information, please visit https://www.firstwavetechnologies.com/ and http://firstwaveproducts.com/.
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First Wave Technologies, Inc.
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