TZ Medical - November 2019

THE TIMES

NOVEMBER 2019

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EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has been specifically developed to allow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has be n specifically developed to llow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has be n specifically developed to llow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has be n specifically developed to llow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has been specifically developed to allow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has be n specifically developed to llow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo.

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A THANK-YOU TO THOSE WHO’VE SERVED HAPPY VETERANS DAY! TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should m et the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter f r th logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas

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ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Acceptable background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for etails on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble backgrou d images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of t e tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Acceptable background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble backgrou d images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional.

It takes courage to start a company: Going out on a limb with a brilliant idea and pouring time, money, and hope into an unproven concept is a scary thing. TZ Medical was no exception. In the early days, we had difficult periods and struggles to make ends meet, but, for our founder Tom Tribou, those challenges were nothing compared to what he faced in his previous job. From 1966 to 1969, Tom served in the Vietnam War as part of the U.S. Marine Corps, and his experience there formed both the man he became and the company he created. As a soldier and an entrepreneur, Tom was a courageous and fearless leader, and today his son Trent carries on those values at TZ Medical. We feel it’s vital that every year when Veterans Day rolls around, we take the time to thank Tom and the other veterans we work with for their service. Every man and woman who puts their life on the line for this country has a huge impact on our daily lives, ensuring we have the freedom to live and work as we choose without fear. Tom’s experience in the Vietnam War is just one example. During his service, Tom was wounded in the line of duty twice and earned two Purple Hearts for his bravery. We’re extremely grateful for his sacrifice and even happier he made it home! Tom isn’t the only veteran whose work has helped shape TZ Medical. Two of the inventors we work with, Booker Pullen and Rob Souza, dedicated their lives to the service of our country. Booker served in the U.S. Air Force from 1954 to 1958 before going on to become an EP technician at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, where he got the idea for the Booker Box, a multiport connector with switching capabilities for connection to defibrillators, EP study equipment, and RF electrosurgical generators. Tom recognized TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas RADIATION PROTECTION RADIATION PROTECTION WORKPLACE SAFETY RADIATION PROTECTION TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas WORKPLACE SAFETY RADIATION PROTECTION TZMedic l Sparkedbyyour ideas PATIENT POSITIONING WORKPLACE SAFETY RADIATION PROTECTION TZMedic l Sparkedbyyour ideas TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas TZMedical Sparkedbyyour ideas EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has been specifically developed to allow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has been specifically developed to allow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ lett rs incorporated in the prim ry coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An xclusion area has been specifically developed to llow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No typ or graphic elem nts should i trude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has be n specifically developed to allow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width of the TZ letters incorporated in the primary coin logo. EXCLUSION AREA An exclusion area has be n specifically developed to llow maximum clarity and legibility of the logo. The image below represents the exclusion area required around any application of the pri- mary logo. No type or graphic elements should intrude in this space. This area is measure by the capital width f the TZ letters incorpor ted in the primary coin logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo s ould meet the mini um siz requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should meet the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter for the logo without the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. MINIMUM SIZE The logo should m et the minimum size requirement of 3/8 in. wide for the logo with the tagline and 0.15 in. diameter f r the logo with ut the tagline (the ‘coin’). When required in smaller sizes, use black (Positive) or White (reversed) versions of the logo. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Acceptable background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Acceptable background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple nd professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble backgrou d images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the ti t olor variations. (see page 17 for details on th se colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble background images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should not be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep the backgrounds simple and professional. ACCEPTABLE BACKGROUNDS Accept ble backgrou d images depend on how they are used. A good background will include the TZ Blue color or one of the tint color variations. (see page 17 for details on these colors.) The background should n t be too distracting if there is a large amount of text. Keep th backgrounds simple and professional.

that Booker’s invention could save lives during EP procedures and helped bring it to market through TZ Medical.

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Rob Souza, as readers of last month’s newsletter will know, served in the U.S. Air Force from 1985 to 1995 and went on to work in the cath lab of a California hospital, where he still helps patients today. Rob is also a prolific inventor and the man behind our Comfort Zone product line. His 12 devices, including the Comfort Shield and the Secure Radial Board, help make both patients and physicians more comfortable in the cath lab.

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Last, but certainly not least, TZ Medical has another brave veteran on staff, Dale Rieb, who has been a clinical consultant with us for four years. From 1969 to 1989, Dale served as chief hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy, and these days he puts his expertise to work for us (read more about his take on devices that enable left-arm radial procedures on Page 2). “As a soldier and an entrepreneur, Tom was a courageous and fearless leader, and today his son Trent carries on those values at TZ Medical.”

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To Tom, Booker, Rob, Dale, and any veterans reading this, thank you for your service, and happy Veterans Day!

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