It's the size of an ipad. And can be used by first responders in a trauma situation to better identify internal injuries. It's already on Mercy flight helicopters, and in the next few years, could be in the back of local ambulances. Today, upstate providing hands-on training for dozens of Central New York ems providers. Including on this. A new tool that makes it easier to help a critically injured person breathe. Even an untrained reporter can do it in under 15 seconds. Because time is always critical in an emergency, better and faster care could be the difference, between life and death.
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