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Guelph paramedics say new bone drill will save lives

from Guelph Mercury

Paramedics are getting a new tool to help save lives. Called the EZ-IO, it's a drill the size of a glue gun. Paramedics use it to insert a small needle into the bone, allowing the delivery of potentially life saving medicine to people whose veins they can't find to put in an IV. Deputy Chief of the Guelph Wellington Emergency Medical Service, Leanne Swantko, calls the drill "a no brainier." "When you see the device you just kind of go, that's amazing, that's absolutely amazing," she says. "It does save lives." more

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