Monday, March 1, 2010

NEW EKG MACHINE FOR HOSPITAL



TOKMOK, KYRGYZSTAN HOSPITAL GETS NEW EKG MACHINE - LYNN SURVIVES!

Delivering a new EKG machine to a hospital is an experience. First, we had to make adjustments for the correct current, second we had to figure out how to use it. In comes Dr. Greenbaum - our guest from Atlanta. She was amazing. Not only did she help our Kyrgyzstan doctors get the machine to work, she was able to set the machine to the Russian language.

Now - that is not all. Seems they needed a victim to try the machine on - enter Lynn. What a good sport to get all electroded up and to show him he truly was alive. The machine worked perfectly - albiet after a significant amount of time getting it all readied.

The wonderful gift comes from our partners - John and Julie Wright from Possibilities International. Watch their blog (www.actofkindness.blogspot.com)to see where the next one goes and to hear the "REST OF THE STORY."

4 comments:

Kim & Randy said...

Great video and GREAT story! I love how God brings the RIGHT people together at the RIGHT time! Dr. Greenbaum was there at the RIGHT time!

Glad to see that Lynn is 'alive'! LOL!

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To test the heart electrical activity, 3, 5 or 12 leads connected to an ECG machine is necessary. Those leads are patched on the patient : arms, chest and legs are the most used spots. When having an ECG test, the patient will not feel any pain but sometimes the removal of the leads is painful.

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