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FDA proposes tighter rules for Emergency Defibrillators

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Re: FDA proposes tighter rules for Emergency Defibrillators

Post by borderreiver on Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:31 am

Got one, a Phillips (sic). Never had to use it - yet. Thank you baby jesus. I'll be contacting them soonish cause it's been 5 yrs., the battery should be toast nowish. Interestingly, 5 yrs ago (could have been longer) when I took it on a plane they thought I was Al Queda, mucho splainin. Two yrs. later they were hanging off the walls everywhere, especially airports. Oh, the prices have dropped, but not by much. If you're "jammer" prone they are cheap insurance. Anyone can operate the device.

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Re: FDA proposes tighter rules for Emergency Defibrillators

Post by Dr. Sam Thelin on Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:38 am

Interesting article, even if the writer does not know what they are used for.
"The defibrillators, found in hundreds of airports, shopping malls and restaurants across the country, are designed to jump-start the heart after it has suddenly stopped."

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