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Shelby County ambulances are now even better equipped to help save lives, thanks to new, life-saving devices recently installed.
The new equipment consists of two Rad-57 Pulse CO-Oximetry machines, which are capable of detecting carbon monoxide in the bloodstream, according to Steve Wortham, chief of operations for Shelby County Emergency Medical Services. This technology is fairly new, Wortham said, and its potential for saving lives is invaluable.
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