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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in January 2010
Fluids Reach a Heart using the EZ-IO
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This fluoroscopy video demonstrates in real time fluids reaching the heart using the EZ-IO inserted into the humerus bone.
EZ-IO Being Inserted into a Humerus
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Watch an actual demonstration of the EZ-IO being inserted into the humerus.
Fluids Reach a Heart using the EZ-IO
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This fluoroscopy video demonstrates in real time fluids reaching the heart using the EZ-IO inserted into the humerus bone.
EZ-IO Bone Penetration
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Watch a demonstration of the power and ease with which the EZ-IO can penetrate bones as fragile as an egg.
IV Being Fused into a Tibia
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Watch this video of an IV being fused into a tibia.
EZ-IO at Work
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Watch this animated video of the EZ-IO at work.




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