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Why implanting a defibrillator?

You may have seen on TV or in the reality that health professionals give electroshock to an unconscious patient with cardiac arrest by using two electrode pads pressed against his chest. An implanted defibrillator does the same, just inside the heart and automatically when the AED detects that the beatings of your heart are abnormal.

An implantable defibrillator surgically implanted under the skin, usually below the left collarbone one or two flexible wires running from the AED through your veins to the ventricles of the heart.

why to implant a defibrillator

Because the implanted AED continuously records your heart rate, it will immediately detect when a fault occurs in heart rhythm, and it will try to correct the error by shocking the heart.

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