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Ambulance suction
#74900 13/02/20 3:23 PM
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afternoon all

looking for recomendations for a suction unit suitable for ambulances

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Hudson93 #74902 13/02/20 4:02 PM
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Laerdal LSU is a good one, can also be wall mounted on a charging dock. The batteries are cheap enough and supplied by various battery suppliers. Can also be modified/set up to existing suction liners used by the user/buyer. They bounce well too.


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Re: Ambulance suction
Hudson93 #74906 13/02/20 10:19 PM
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Agreed, Laerdal LSU is the way to go. They also do an excellent "mini" version, LCSU which I saw used on the helicopters in PNG.


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Hudson93 #74928 18/02/20 7:55 PM
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As well you know, Mr Hudson, we also use S-Scor units in our hospital, but I've only ever seen that and the LSU. I'll check to see if we maintain any others tomorrow.


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