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defibrillator

 [de-fib´rĭ-la″ter]
an apparatus used to produce defibrillation by application of brief electroshock to the heart, directly or through electrodes placed on the chest wall.
automatic external defibrillator (AED) a portable defibrillator designed to be automated such that it can be used by persons without substantial medical training who are responding to a cardiac emergency.
automatic implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (AICD) (implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)) an implantable device that detects sustained ventricular tachycardia or fibrillation and terminates it by a shock or shocks delivered directly to the myocardium, thus preventing sudden cardiac death. Three different types of electrodes may be used: a superior vena cava spring lead, a transvenous bipolar electrode, and a ventricular patch lead. One third of the patients who have had this device implanted have received spontaneous device countershocks. Other reported side effects are similar to those of pacemakers.

AED

AED

automatic external defibrillator.

AED

abbr.
automated external defibrillator

AED

AED

Abbreviation for:
academic emergency department
Academy for Eating Disorders
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antiepileptic drug
astheno-emotional disorder
atomic emission detection
automatic external defibrillator (Medspeak-UK)

AED

Automated external defibrillator, see there.

AED

Abbreviation for automated external defibrillator; automatic external defibrillator.

AED

Abbrev for AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR.

AED

Abbreviation for automatic external defibrillator.

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The Life of Aodh Ruadh O Domhnail, Transcribed from the Book of Ludhaidh O Clerigh.
Recent political scandals in Irish life invest Aodh O Canainn's trilogy with added interest and resonance and poses once again the ongoing question about life and art.
He replaces Aodh O'Dochartaigh, who had left the company.
Aed or Aodh, meaning "fire," was a fairly common name,(95) but it also appears to have carried very strong prophetic connotations in the context of contemporary Gaeldom.
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Duffy, who stood unsuccessfully for the Green Party in the last General Election, won county titles with his club Aodh Ruadh in 1994, '97 and '98.
A fhir ghlacas a ghalldacht' is a short, eleven-stanza dan leath or satiric poem utilizing comparison that appears to date from around 1590, a time of immense disruption in the poet's border county of Monaghan, with the execution of Aodh Rua (Hugh Roe) MacMahon in the fall of 1590 by a packed and coerced jury so that Lord Deputy Fitzwilliam could take over to profit from his reorganized lordship.
Even in the late 1970s, the general reader was fobbed off with cheap reprints of Aodh De Blacam and other misleading and outdated digests, while the informed consensus of the academic community was hidden in inaccessible microstudies and in the oral culture of conference discussions and departmental gossip.
Aodh O Canainn had already translated from the Spanish, but his translations of the Rumanian poet Marin Sorescu introduce us to a writer who is both life-enhancing and troubling and gutsy.