Wireless Device Can Cut Heart Failure-Related Hospitalizations
Researchers report that a wireless implanted device monitors fluid build-up in the lungs of heart failure patients and alerts doctors when intervention is needed.
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#1 Feb 14, 2011
It is good to know that our ER system and medical devices (AED) are helping save lives. Still, your best bet is to prevent the heart attack all together. Make small healthy changes that will make a huge difference over time. Is work, but that work is manageable and well worth the effort. Check out this awesome blog for easy health tips:http://blog.mydiscoverhea lth.com/
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