This handout photo demonstrates how the Lucas 2, a device that automatically delivers chest compressions at a steady and constant pace, allows emergency personnel to lift, move and render additional aid to the patient without the compressions stopping.
This handout photo demonstrates how the Lucas 2, a device that automatically delivers chest compressions at a steady and constant pace, allows emergency personnel to lift, move and render additional aid to the patient without the compressions stopping. Submitted photo
This handout photo demonstrates how the Lucas 2, a device that automatically delivers chest compressions at a steady and constant pace, allows emergency personnel to lift, move and render additional aid to the patient without the compressions stopping. Submitted photo

Beaufort County EMS buys second mechanical CPR device

August 21, 2012 07:39 PM

UPDATED October 08, 2012 09:10 PM

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