Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 5:28 pm (Updated: May 1, 9:08 pm)
Hardin County EMS demonstrated the service’s new 12-lead EKG monitors Thursday. The monitors can wirelessly send a printout of a patient’s heart activity to emergency room physicians at Hardin Memorial Hospital.
The machine, connected via Bluetooth technology to the ambulance’s computer, sends a real- time printout for doctors to evaluate and prepare to give proper care when the patient arrives at HMH.
The monitors are being placed on seven front-line ambulances. Two more are used for critical care transport to other hospitals.
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