Defibrillator Setting Change Leads to Health Gains
University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY
Tuesday, January 01 2013
Survival climbs, risk of
A new study at the University of
Rochester Medical Center Rochester,
NY, shows that defibrillators, which are
designed to detect and correct dangerous
heart rhythms, can be programmed
to help users live longer, better lives,
than they currently do.
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