Pa. agency puts new BLS system to use
The machine can administer uninterrupted automated chest compressions at the rate of 100 per minute
By Carole Deck
Intelligencer Journal/New Era
LANCASTER, Pa. — Saving lives is something the New Holland Ambulance Association takes seriously.
The group's efforts to provide extraordinary medical service to the community received a boost on Jan. 16 when the state-of-the-art LUCAS Chest Compression System was put into service.
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