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OSU Implants One Of First Devices To Treat Sudden Cardiac Arrest

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Uploaded on Jul 1, 2010

Ohio State University's Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital is one of the first facilities in the country to implant a next generation defibrillator in a patient to combat sudden cardiac arrest, a silent killer that claims more than one million lives each year worldwide. Researchers here are studying the safety and effectiveness of the defibrillator that monitors the heart 24 hours a day and can deliver an electrical shock instantly, if needed.

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