ABOUT QinFlow

Our Mission

Help save lives across the entire continuum of emergency care

Our Vision

In an environment where every second counts, our vision is to completely eliminate the challenge of warming blood and IV fluids from the entire continuum of emergency care (i.e. from the most challenging points of injury, through the various transport platforms, and eventually within the most demanding hospital settings) in order to allow emergency care professionals to focus on what they do best – saving lives.

Our Leadership

COL (Ret.) John Holcomb, M.D.

Chairman of the Board

Dov Nachshon

Group CEO

Ariel Katz

QinFlow USA, CEO

Dr. Ron Elazari Volcani

Co-Founder, CTO

Maayan Rotem

Group COO

Advisory Board

Professor Eilat Shinar

Director of National Blood Services, MDA, Israel (SAB member)

Professor Uri Martinowitz

Director of the National Hemophilia Center, Sheiba Medical Center, Israel (SAB member)

Col. (Ret.) Warner Dalhgren Farr

B.S.M.T., M.D., M.P.H., FACP, FasMA (SAB member)

Col. (Ret.) Alan Moloff D.O.

MPH (SAB member)

Prof. Dr. med. Marc Maegele

Department for Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery, Cologne-Merheim Medical Center (CMMC) (SAB member)

Advanced Technology That Transforms
Emergency Care

Since 2009 QinFlow (short for Quality in Flow) has worked to develop and perfect a proprietary fluid warming technology (patented) that delivers unparalleled levels of warming efficiency. The company’s flagship line of products – the Warrior – provides front end rescue teams, first response teams, critical care transport teams, and emergency care professionals within various hospital settings with a high performance, reliable, simple to operate, and completely portable blood and IV fluid warming device that operates flawlessly in all environmental conditions in order to fight hypothermia and save lives. The Thermal Rescue product is applying the same technology in the animal care realm.

Illustrative Warrior Users

Joseph D. Love
Associate Professor of Surgery, McGovern Medical at UTHealth
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We've been able to use the Warrior on a few occasions. So far, fantastic response!
Wren Nealy
CEO, Cypress Creek EMS (CCEMS)
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We are having amazing success and save cases this past year [2020]. Just last week we infused a unit of WARMED LTOWB in 2 min [250ml/min]. The patient received 3 on-the-ground and 2 in flight and survived a non-survivable GSW [gunshot wound] to the chest!
Matt Harmon
Classical Air Medical, Rawlins, WY
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Easy to use, durable and extremely fast fluid/blood warmer! Great for the transport environment.
A.L.
SOF Surgeon
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I have never seen any portable blood and IV fluid warmer that approximates the performance of the Warrior... The warming range, warming speed, flow rates and battery capacity are outstanding... Well done!
Timothy J. Hutchinson
MD, MCR Air Link
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The Warrior works as advertised.
Eric Bank
LP Assistant Chief of EMS, HCESD48, Katy TX
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We had a multiple gunshot wound patient on Saturday with a blood pressure in the 60s. Got whole blood via the Warrior with a hand off to Life Flight and their Warrior worked great - hand off was seamless.
Rodolfo (Rudy) Cabrera
Chief Flight Nurse, Memorial Hermann Life Flight, TX USA
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It is a great warming device. Makes a difference in patient outcomes. Well designed and I have not one thought of changing to another project.
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Company Locations

North America Headquarters

QinFlow Inc.
2305 Coit Dr. Suite A Plano, TX, 75075
info@qinflow.com
(469) 269-0026

EMEA Headquarters

QinFlow Ltd.
11 Ha’avoda St. Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel 4801761
info@qinflow.com
+972 54 560 4361

Worldwide Contact

info@qinflow.com

John Bradley Holcomb received his M.D. from the University of Arkansas Medical School in 1985. Dr. Holcomb entered the U.S. Army in 1985, and completed his general surgery training in 1991. Dr. Holcomb then deployed with the Joint Special Operations Command for the next decade. From 2002 to 2008, COL Holcomb was the Commander of the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research and Trauma Consultant for the Army Surgeon General. Over the years he deployed in support of multiple combat operations. He is a three-time recipient of the Army’s Greatest Invention award. COL Holcomb retired from active duty in 2008 and received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Trauma Resuscitation Science from the American Heart Association, the United States Special Operations Command Medal, and the Service award from the American College of Surgery. He has been a member of the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care since 2001. In 2008, Dr. Holcomb joined the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston as a Professor of Surgery. He was named the Director of the Center for Translational Injury Research and Vice Chair of the Department of Surgery. In 2013 he founded a small health IT company (Decisio Health), in 2017 Dr. Holcomb transitioned to part time status at the University and is now focusing more attention on entrepreneurship, innovation, and business and regulatory strategy. On April 3, 2017 he was named Chief Medical Officer of Prytime Medical. Dr. Holcomb remains involved in clinical medicine, education and research. He reviews papers for more than 25 journals, has published > 500 peer reviewed articles and serves on multiple boards. Dr. Holcomb and his wife, Dr. Kelly Wirfel, have been married since 1998 and have 2 children.
Dov has over 20 years of experience in leading multidisciplinary teams towards realizing and commercializing breakthrough technologies and in establishing complex global supply chains and production facilities in highly technological companies such as Sagitta and N-trig.
Ariel has over 20 years of experience in successfully developing markets for mature as well as early stage technological companies such as Comverse, Pontis, Powermat, and Illumigyn, among others.
Veterinarian, specializing in wild life and field medicine. Served as a paramedic in an IDF combat unit. Relentless inventor and entrepreneur.
Maayan is a highly experienced operations executive with over 20 years of experience in perfecting the operations of technological companies such as Upright Technologies, Powermat, and Amdocs, among others.
Prior to assuming the role of the Director of the MDA Blood Services Division in Israel (1997) Prof. Shinar served in several positions in the Blood Bank, including the Blood Bank’s Medical Director (1992-1997) and the head of the Hemapheresisunit (1988-1992). Prior to that, Prof. Shinar was a Research Fellow at Children Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. USA (1984-1986). Prior to that, Prof. Shinar served for 13 years as a Fellow and a Senior Physician in the department of Hematology at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, Israel.
In addition to his responsibilities as the Director of the National Hemophilia Center at SheibaMedical Center, Prof. Martinowitzis acting as an advisor to the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) in the field of hemorrhage control and as a member of the Hemorrhage Control Steering Research Committee of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command’s, Combat Casualty Care (CCC) Research Program.

“Rocky” Farr enlisted in the Airborne Infantry 23 April l967.  He was the distinguished honor graduate of his Special Forces 18D-medic class.  Assigned to the 7th SFG(A), he served as an A-Team medic and volunteered for Vietnam.  In l971, he attended the Defense Language Institute (German) and joined Detachment A, Berlin Brigade, an early special mission unit.  While in Europe, he had exchange postings with the German Army Fernspähkompanie 100 and the Belgian Army 1st Paracommandos.  He became the Special Forces instructor at the ROTC Detachment, Northeast Louisiana University and completed his Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology degree.  As a SFC, he taught the 18D course and was selected for Master Sergeant.  COL Farr was accepted to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and commissioned a 2LT, MSC.  As a senior, he was the distinguished honor graduate of his Army Flight Surgeons Course, becoming solo qualified in the TH-55 helicopter.  He received his M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) in l983 and has completed residencies and board certifications in aerospace medicine, anatomic and clinical pathology.  As part of his USAF residency in aerospace medicine, he received flight training in the T-37 and T-38 aircraft.  He was a member of the question writing committee for the Aerospace Medicine board examination for five years and holds life time certifications in all his medical specialties as well as unrestricted medical licenses in Alabama and Maryland.

Dr. Farr served as Commander, Company F(ABN), 3rd BN, Academy BDE, Academy of Health Sciences; Course Director of the Special Operations Medical Sgts. Course; and on the Infantry Team, Readiness Group Ft. Sam Houston advising the 12th SFG(A).  He completed his Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at the University of Texas.  He then served as Chief, Army Aviator Evaluation at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, Texas.  1993-1995 he was Chief, Department of Pathology, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, and Flight Surgeon, 50th Medical Company (Air Ambulance), 101st ABN Division (Air Assault) at Ft. Campbell, KY.   COL Farr was the Division Surgeon of the 10th Mountain Division (Light Inf.) at Ft. Drum, New York until becoming Deputy Commander (Chief of the Professional Staff) of the US Army Aeromedical Center and Lyster Army Hospital, Ft. Rucker, Alabama in 1997. 

He attended the Air War College at Maxwell AFB, AL, receiving a Masters in Strategic Studies degree (MSS) from the Air University with a concentration and book publication in Middle East Nuclear Weapons.  He then became the Deputy Chief of Staff, Surgeon, US Army Special Operations Command; Command Surgeon, US Army Special Forces Command; and Command Surgeon, US Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command.  He became the Command Surgeon of the US Special Operations Command in Tampa, FL in 2006.  In Summer 2009 he became Command Surgeon, Special Operations Command Central, CENTCOM.

As member of the Department of Defense (DOD) Tactical Combat Casualty Care Committee he set training requirements for battlefield care. He retired after 46 years and one week on 1 May 2013.  Dr. Farr currently is the Associate Clinical Professor of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and the Associate Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine at the Bradenton, Florida campus of the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, America’s largest medical school. He mentors and teaches OMS-1 and OMS-2 medical school students in a Problem Based Learning (PBL) environment. He is still active on the Department of Defense (DOD) Tactical Combat Casualty Care Committee and also serves as an instructor and senior mentor at the Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.

COL (RET) Alan Moloff D.O., MPH retired from the Army in 2006 after 30 years of service. He has had numerous assignments in Special Forces to include 7th and 10th Special Forces Groups, Army Special Operations Command and commander of the Special Operations Medical Training program. He was the commander of the 212th M.A.S.H., U.S. Army Aeromedical Center and the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute (DMRTI), July 2002 through January 2006. During this last assignment at DMRTI he was focused on joint medical readiness, combat casualty care and had DOD oversight of the medical aspects of Homeland Security training and education regarding CBRNE and complex disasters.

He has a B.S. from the University of Vermont. He earned his D.O. Degree in 1983 from the New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and later a MPH from Harvard University. He is Board Certified in Aerospace, Undersea and Disaster Medicine. He is a past president of the Special Operations Medical Association, Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association and American College of Preventive Medicine. He was a founding member of the American Board of Disaster Medicine.

COL (RET) Moloff is an educator and consultant for private industry and government organizations. He is the Chief Medical Officer and member of the Board of Directors for PYNG INC in Canada. He is also on the Board of Medical Research Charities. He works with the Regional Emergency Services Authority in Reno, NV. focused on disaster preparedness, response training and civilian tactical medicine. He has authored and co-authored numerous papers and presented lectures and educational programs in the US and internationally on a variety of topics including combat casualty care, medical evacuation and transport, medical education, medical aspects of homeland security as well as disaster planning, education, training and response. He is on the faculty of Rocky Vista University, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, CO.

Department for Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery, Cologne-Merheim Medical Center (CMMC); Institute for Research in Operative Medicine (IFOM), University Witten/Herdecke (UW/H), Campus Cologne-Merheim, D-51109 Köln, Germany

Professor Marc Maegele (*1968) has received his Doctoral Degree (M.D.) from the University of Bonn Medical School (Germany) in 1999. He has completed research fellowships in Trauma/Neurotrauma at the Universities of California Los Angeles (UCLA/USA) and Pennsylvania Philadelphia (UPenn/USA) before joining the University of Witten/Herdecke´s (UWH) Institute for Research in Operative Medicine (IFOM). Professor Maegele has developed his clinical career at the Department of Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery, Cologne-Merheim Medical Center (CMMC), UWH School of Medicine as a state board-certified trauma/orthopedic surgeon and a specialist in intensive care/emergency medicine including air/helicopter rescue. He has characterized experimental models to translate complex clinical trauma scenarios into the laboratory and to develop therapeutic strategies after trauma/neurotrauma.

His clinical research includes work with the German Trauma Register  DGU on the epidemiology of trauma-induced coagulopathy (TIC), risk stratification for massive bleeding (TASH-Score) and transfusion practice as well as clinical and experimental research on the pathophysiology of TIC including viscoelastic testing assays. He is currently affiliated with the two EU-FP 7-funded large-scale research projects CENTER-TBI and TACTIC. In 2015 he organised and served as congress president for the Biannual Congress of the European Shock Society (ESS) in Cologne (Germany). Recently, he has been appointed as Head of Experimental Research at the UW/H´s IFOM institute. He has contributed over 300 articles/abstracts to peer-reviewed journals and to national/international conferences.