Mechanical CPR Devices Confront Cardiac Threat from COVID-19
At Helmsley, we pride ourselves on being nimble, listening to grantees, and responding to the needs of our communities of focus. Within two weeks, we went from concept to delivery of 367 LUCAS mechanical CPR devices to confront the cardiac threat from COVID-19. KELOLAND recently shined a spotlight on these devices, funded by $4.7 million in Helmsley grants, which will save the lives of COVID-19 patients and protect frontline healthcare workers caring for them in hospitals across seven upper-midwestern states.
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