Thanks to a $9,610.96 grant, LaRue County’s emergency medical service will soon be equipped with updated monitors that will give medical personnel faster transmission of vital electrocardiogram data to awaiting hospital personnel.
“Currently, we’re able to run a 12-lead cardiogram, but where we now have to make a copy of it and send it to the hospital through e-mail, we’ll be able to transmit it directly after it’s run via the upgraded equipment,” Mike Cottrell, county EMS director, told members of LaRue County Fiscal Court April 24.
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