Seven years ago, Scott Kuhlman walked into a Harford County retirement facility and saw first-hand how unprepared some health care professionals can be when responding to an emergency. Then an EMS captain with a local fire department, Kuhlman was approaching a patient suffering from cardiac arrest when he noticed he had walked by three unused defibrillators, all still in their cabinets. None of the health care providers who arrived before him had used the technology to help the patient.
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