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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

abbr.
automated external defibrillator

AED

Abbreviation for:
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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.

Patient discussion about AED

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