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Several methods for enhancing the functioning of defibrillators in cases of heart attack
Date:3/25/2008

y and has to be investigated further in this regard.

The methods designed can be easily incorporated into current AEDs, with minimum modifications to their configuration. The AED diagnosis would be sufficiently reliable for the recommendation of a discharge during the cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedure, and thus the defibrillation decision can be facilitated. This fact supports the current tendency to administer compressions continuously, without unnecessary interruptions and augmenting, in the last analysis, the probability of defibrillation success.


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