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Tampa Fire Rescue vehicles get lifesaving upgrade

 Charles Sand, M.D., talks about the importance of the new Zoll X series monitors that will be going into 14 of the Tampa Fire Rescue vehicles, Thursday, September 4, 2014. Sand is currently the Associate Medical Director of St. Joseph’s Main, Medical Director of Bayflite AirMedical four helicopter service, and Medical Director of the Hillsborough Community College EMT-Paramedic Program. Zoll X Series Monitor/Defibrillator allows paramedics to give CPR to patients and gives real time CPR feedback, which minimizes pauses, and is the first monitor/defibrilator with integrated WiFi.

SAM OWENS | Times

Charles Sand, M.D., talks about the importance of the new Zoll X series monitors that will be going into 14 of the Tampa Fire Rescue vehicles, Thursday, September 4, 2014. Sand is currently the Associate Medical Director of St. Joseph’s Main, Medical Director of Bayflite AirMedical four helicopter service, and Medical Director of the Hillsborough Community College EMT-Paramedic Program. Zoll X Series Monitor/Defibrillator allows paramedics to give CPR to patients and gives real time CPR feedback, which minimizes pauses, and is the first monitor/defibrilator with integrated WiFi.

SAM OWENS | Times

Dr. Charles Sand discusses the importance of the new Zoll X Series Monitor Defibrillator that will be put into Tampa Fire Rescue vehicles. Sand is the associate medical director of St. Joseph's Hospital, medical director of Bayflite and medical director of Hillsborough Community College's EMT-paramedic program. The Zoll X Series Monitor Defibrillator gives emergency personnel real-time feedback while they perform CPR on patients, which minimizes pauses. The Zoll X Series is also the first monitor/defibrilator with integrated WiFi.

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