Emergency Care by Susan H. Gray

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These were large machines and needed electricity from the hospital’s supply to work. Pantridge figured that if most people suffering from fibrillation were outside the hospital, then defibrillators needed to be outside the hospital, too. He started working on a portable unit. A country sheriff displays a portable defibrillator for use on cardiac arrest victims. Emergency Care Famous Innovator s The first portable defibrillator was huge. It weighed 154 pounds (70 kilograms) and got its electricity from car batteries.

6 pounds (3 kg). These handheld defibrillators have since saved many lives. They can now be found in airports, subway stations, and even shopping centers around the world, where trained people can easily get to them. Emergency medicine has come a long way from the time of gladiators and chariots. Every year, new equipment and techniques make emergency care even better than before. 29 Life & Career Skills Not all medical innovators are doctors. William Kouwenhoven, an electrical engineer, is one example.

In her free time, she likes to garden and play the piano. Susan lives in Cabot, Arkansas, with her husband, Michael, and many pets.

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