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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 8:51 pm    Post subject: New CPR technology Reply with quote

A new kind of CPR machine is helping emergency workers save more lives.
It automatically provides just the right pressure in a high pressure
situation and is called auto-pulse. The battery-powered machine
calibrates the right compression based on the patient's size. Then, it
applies even pressure all around the chest, not just over the heart. It
doesn't stop until someone tells it to stop. Like an extra pair of
hands, it frees the paramedics for other vital tasks at the scene,
while it maintains normal blood flow to the heart and brain. Check out
this report about auto-pulse, this isn't a spam:
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