Features October 2014 Issue

Cardiac Devices May Benefit Healthier Heart Patients

Research suggests that people with less severe heart damage may see significantly better survival odds with ICDs.

Plenty of studies have demonstrated the life-saving benefits for heart patients receiving implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs). But much of that research focused on patients with badly damaged hearts.

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