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Shands Hospital, the hospital where Vincent, a 24-year-old African-American man who died in March after a police officer put him in a chokehold, was taken, will soon have new technology that will allow doctors to perform emergency cardiac surgery in an open operating room.

The hospital’s new technology, known as the Pulse Cardiac Scanner, will be the first in the U.S. to be able to perform CPR without the use of a cuffs, restraints or an IV.

It was developed by Shands’s hospital division.

It’s been a tough year for patients, especially African-Americans, with a string of police shootings and an influx of people with mental health issues.

Shands had one of the nation’s largest emergency room beds.

It’s also one of only two hospitals in the state with a full-time emergency department, and one of just five in Texas that have a full nurse-assistant medical director, which includes medical personnel who can treat patients without having to be on site.

A new protocol is designed to make the hospital safer, including installing metal detectors and hiring a new nurse-on-call program to handle more patients.

The plan also includes creating a pilot program for people who can’t drive to the hospital.

A team of more than 70 Shands residents and staff members were at the hospital to celebrate a year of work with the Pulse Scanner and other tools to help reduce hospital violence, according to hospital officials.

The team also was working to make Shands a safer place, with more staff trained to spot people who are mentally ill or in crisis, and more staff available to respond to incidents such as a fight.

“I think what we’re looking at is a step toward making this place safer,” said Shands spokeswoman Tressie O’Brien.

“It’s about giving people the tools they need to be safer.”

A video of a man who was arrested for public intoxication in July was released last week, and a number of police officers involved in the case were placed on paid administrative leave.

Police said they were aware of the Pulse scanning and that they were investigating the shooting.

The Pulse Cardiovascular Scanner will help Shands better protect the health and safety of its patients.

It will use cameras that will be installed in the hospital’s operating rooms and the emergency department to help identify people who may be exhibiting mental illness, or have mental health concerns, said hospital director Julie Miller.

The device will also allow the staff to see the patients in the operating rooms to assess whether they have a mental health issue, and whether there is a need for the nurse-led team to take over.

“It’s a very powerful tool for the people who work there,” Miller said.

“And we’ll continue to use it as long as there is demand.”

The Pulse Scanning System will be part of Shands’ efforts to reduce the number of people who die in the emergency room, said Shandi Muhmood, a Shands resident and president of the Black Health Institute.

Muhmhood said the new technology will be used to better evaluate people for mental illness.

“What we’re really looking at are these types of things that are going to be very important for us in the future,” she said.

“If someone has a mental illness and they’re not going to get treated in a proper way, we’re going to need to get into this space and make sure they’re getting the care they need.”

The facility has had a lot of success.

The hospital recorded a reduction in deaths in 2016 and in 2017, and in 2018 the hospital saw a decline in the number with injuries and deaths, as well.

Shands had no data on how many people died at the facility last year.

It did say in a statement that the hospital had been “well-prepared for the challenges of the last few years.”

The hospital has been a leader in providing mental health care for patients in recent years.

It also has the most beds in the country, at 1,872.

The facility’s goal is to expand to 3,000 beds in 2019.

Shames’ focus has been on improving the quality of care, but the hospital has had to adapt to a changing health care system.

The new technology has to be put in place so that people can get the help they need when they need it, Miller said, but it also has to protect patients.

“We’re not just going to use the technology as a tool to save lives,” she told reporters.

“We have to use this as a resource to improve the health of our people.”

Shames has about 1,300 residents and is in the process of moving its entire hospital to a new location, which will be open to the public.

The new location will include more amenities for patients to live and work in and will also provide more space for patient services.

Shomes plans to spend $250 million to build and renovate the hospital