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Israeli Medical Device Aims to Boost CPR Survival Rates

The device can squeeze approximately one liter of blood out of the limbs into the heart in less than 30 seconds and completely blocks blood flow back into the legs.


READ ARTICLE by Eytan Halon. Published by The Jerusalem Post, January 6, 2019.


The HemaShock device made by Oneg HaKarmel is applied during a demonstration . (photo credit: Courtesy)
The HemaShock device made by Oneg HaKarmel is applied during a demonstration . (photo credit: Courtesy)