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Minn. Paramedics Use Ultrasound Machines

Early diagnosis of lacerated liver saved one boy after sledding accident

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Portable ultrasound devices might be pricey, but training is often a hurdle. Could they be worth it? Paramedics in Edina, Minn., use portable ultrasound machines to check for internal bleeding. This ability is credited with recently saving the life of one boy.

KSTP-TV Minneapolis, Minn. Tags: News, News Video, ultrasounds in ems, portable ultrasound devices, internal bleeds during transport

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Texas College Adds Ultrasound Training to EMT Program

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