Simple Programming Change to Defibrillators Saves Lives, Study Shows

Huffpost Healthy Living

A simple tweak to implanted  defibrillators used to detect and correct dangerous heart  rhythms not only dramatically reduced unnecessary shocks but cut  deaths by 55 percent over traditionally programmed devices,  surprising researchers, according to data from a study presented  on Tuesday.

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