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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-HOSPITAL
RTX8D5WN
December 01, 2020
Defibrillators are pictured in Enfermera Isabel Zendal new hospital during its inauguration, amid the...
Madrid, Spain
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Madrid
Defibrillators are pictured in Enfermera Isabel Zendal new hospital during its inauguration, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Madrid, Spain December 1, 2020. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
LUFTHANSA-UNIONS/
RTSTY9R
November 30, 2016
An automated external defibrillator (AED) pictogram is pictured beside a Lufthansa logo during a pilots...
Frankfurt, Germany
An AED pictogram is pictured beside a Lufthansa logo during a pilots strike of German airline Lufthansa...
An automated external defibrillator (AED) pictogram is pictured beside a Lufthansa logo during a pilots strike of German airline Lufthansa at Frankfurt airport, Germany, November 30, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUGL/
RTX26VFW
February 14, 2016
Rugby League - Warrington Wolves v Hull Kingston Rovers - First Utility Super League - The Halliwell...
United Kingdom
Warrington Wolves v Hull Kingston Rovers - First Utility Super League
Rugby League - Warrington Wolves v Hull Kingston Rovers - First Utility Super League - The Halliwell Jones Stadium - 14/2/16
Singer Lizzie Jones performs before the game as she launches the Danny Jones Defibrillator Fund
Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Ed Sykes
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CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES/
RTR4B3AA
October 22, 2014
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one...
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one of the Medtronic heart defibrillators he successfully attacked, at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 10, 2014. In 2011 Al-Hassanieh was able to both hack the heart device and offer a security solution. Picture taken October 10, 2014. To match Insight CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES/ REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES/
RTR4B3A6
October 22, 2014
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one...
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one of the Medtronic heart defibrillators he successfully attacked, at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 10, 2014. In 2011 Al-Hassanieh was able to both hack the heart device and offer a security solution. Picture taken October 10, 2014. To match Insight CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES/ REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES/
RTR4B3A5
October 22, 2014
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one...
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher and graduate student Haitham Al-Hassanieh holds one of the Medtronic heart defibrillators he successfully attacked, at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 10, 2014. In 2011 Al-Hassanieh was able to both hack the heart device and offer a security solution. Picture taken October 10, 2014. To match Insight CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES/ REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CANADA/
RTR3E2YD
February 21, 2013
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with Doug Clement (L), chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation,...
Saskatoon, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper talks with Clement, chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and Biggs...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with Doug Clement (L), chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and Robin Biggs (R) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan February 21, 2013. The Government of Canada and the Heart and Stroke Foundation are providing Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and trained personnel at community arenas across the county, particularly in rural regions. Biggs was resuscitated by an AED a couple years ago in this arena.
REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA - Tags: SPORT HEALTH POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTR3E2Y8
February 21, 2013
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks about partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to...
Saskatoon, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper talks about partnering with Heart and Stroke Foundation to place AED and...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks about partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to place Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and trained personnel at community arenas across the county, particularly in rural regions in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan February 21, 2013. REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA - Tags: SPORT HEALTH POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTR3E2Y3
February 21, 2013
Doug Clement, chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Saskatoon, speaks during an event in Saskatchewan...
Saskatoon, Canada
Doug Clement, chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Saskatoon, speaks during an event in Saskatchewan...
Doug Clement, chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Saskatoon, speaks during an event in Saskatchewan February 21, 2013. The Government of Canada and the Heart and Stroke Foundation are providing Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and trained personnel at community arenas across the county, particularly in rural regions. REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA - Tags: SPORT HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR3E2XZ
February 21, 2013
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with Doug Clement (L), chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation,...
Saskatoon, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper talks with Clement, chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and Biggs...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with Doug Clement (L), chair of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and Robin Biggs (R) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan February 21, 2013. The Government of Canada and the Heart and Stroke Foundation are providing Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and trained personnel at community arenas across the county, particularly in rural regions. Biggs was resuscitated by an AED a couple years ago in this arena.
REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA - Tags: SPORT HEALTH POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTR3E2XU
February 21, 2013
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks about partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to...
Saskatoon, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Harper talks about partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to place AED...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks about partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to place Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and trained personnel at community arenas across the county, particularly in rural regions in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan February 21, 2013. REUTERS/David Stobbe (CANADA - Tags: SPORT HEALTH)
ARIZONA/TRANSPLANTS/
RTR2JI7Q
March 06, 2011
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March 5, 2011. Gravagna, 44, has a 6 percent function to his heart, which is kept beating by a pacemaker and a defibrilator. He applied for state Medicaid for a needed transplant, but got a denial letter last October saying that he did not meet the criteria for a transplant under a new state bill. The measure enacted by Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer seeks to trim Medicaid spending in the desert state, which projects a 2011 budget deficit of $763.6 million and a full-year 2012 budget deficit of $1.15 billion, and has denied potentially lifesaving transplants to nearly 100 people like Gravagna, two of whom have since died. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARIZONA/TRANSPLANTS/
RTR2JI7P
March 06, 2011
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March 5, 2011. Gravagna, 44, has a 6 percent function to his heart, which is kept beating by a pacemaker and a defibrilator. He applied for state Medicaid for a needed transplant, but got a denial letter last October saying that he did not meet the criteria for a transplant under a new state bill. The measure enacted by Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer seeks to trim Medicaid spending in the desert state, which projects a 2011 budget deficit of $763.6 million and a full-year 2012 budget deficit of $1.15 billion, and has denied potentially lifesaving transplants to nearly 100 people like Gravagna, two of whom have since died. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARIZONA TRANSPLANTS/
RTR2JI7K
March 06, 2011
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March 5, 2011. Gravagna, 44, has a 6 percent function to his heart, which is kept beating by a pacemaker and a defibrilator. He applied for state Medicaid for a needed transplant, but got a denial letter last October saying that he did not meet the criteria for a transplant under a new state bill. The measure enacted by Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer seeks to trim Medicaid spending in the desert state, which projects a 2011 budget deficit of $763.6 million and a full-year 2012 budget deficit of $1.15 billion, and has denied potentially lifesaving transplants to nearly 100 people like Gravagna, two of whom have since died. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARIZONA/TRANSPLANTS/
RTR2JI7J
March 06, 2011
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March 5, 2011. Gravagna, 44, has a 6 percent function to his heart, which is kept beating by a pacemaker and a defibrilator. He applied for state Medicaid for a needed transplant, but got a denial letter last October saying that he did not meet the criteria for a transplant under a new state bill. The measure enacted by Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer seeks to trim Medicaid spending in the desert state, which projects a 2011 budget deficit of $763.6 million and a full-year 2012 budget deficit of $1.15 billion, and has denied potentially lifesaving transplants to nearly 100 people like Gravagna, two of whom have since died. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARIZONA TRANSPLANTS/
RTR2JI7I
March 06, 2011
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix
Douglas Gravagna who suffers from viral cardiomyopathy poses for a portrait in Phoenix, Arizona March 5, 2011. Gravagna, 44, has 6 percent function to his heart, which is kept beating by a pacemaker and a defibrilator. He applied for state Medicaid for a needed transplant, but got a denial letter last October saying that he did not meet the criteria for a transplant under a new state bill. The measure enacted by Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer seeks to trim Medicaid spending in the desert state, which projects a 2011 budget deficit of $763.6 million and a full-year 2012 budget deficit of $1.15 billion, and has denied potentially lifesaving transplants to nearly 100 people like Gravagna, two of whom have since died. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
RTXVPH6
December 14, 2010
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART - Illustration and diagram explaining how a defibrillator works. Spain's soccer players...
ES
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART - Illustration and diagram explaining how a defibrillator works. Spain's soccer players union has called for the devices to be made available at matches in the lower divisions in a effort to stem sudden death of players. (SIN03)
RTXVPH5
December 14, 2010
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART - Illustration and diagram explaining how a defibrillator works. Spain's soccer players...
ES
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART C
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART - Illustration and diagram explaining how a defibrillator works. Spain's soccer players union has called for the devices to be made available at matches in the lower divisions in a effort to stem sudden death of players. (SIN03)
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
RTXVP86
December 14, 2010
A picture of Sevilla's midfielder Antonio Puerta is seen next to handwritten messages at the Ramon Sanchez...
Seville, Spain
To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
A picture of Sevilla's midfielder Antonio Puerta is seen next to handwritten messages at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in Seville August 29, 2007. Puerta died in hospital three days after collapsing during a La Liga match in 2007 at the age of 22 and his death sparked a new law that all first- and second-division clubs should keep defibrillators ready at their grounds. Picture taken August 29, 2007. To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
RTXVP82
December 14, 2010
People gather to see the hearse of Sevilla's midfielder Antonio Puerta at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium...
Seville, Spain
To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
People gather to see the hearse of Sevilla's midfielder Antonio Puerta at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in Seville August 29, 2007. Puerta died in hospital three days after collapsing during a La Liga match in 2007 at the age of 22 and his death sparked a new law that all first- and second-division clubs should keep defibrillators ready at their grounds. Picture taken August 29, 2007. To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
RTXVP7Z
December 14, 2010
Sevilla midfielder Antonio Puerta's pregnant girlfriend Mar Roldan (C) follows the funeral procession...
Seville, Spain
To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
Sevilla midfielder Antonio Puerta's pregnant girlfriend Mar Roldan (C) follows the funeral procession of her boyfriend at the club's Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in Seville August 29, 2007. Puerta died in hospital three days after collapsing during a La Liga match in 2007 at the age of 22 and his death sparked a new law that all first- and second-division clubs should keep defibrillators ready at their grounds. Picture taken August 29, 2007. To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
RTXVP7Y
December 14, 2010
Sevilla's midfielder Antonio Puerta (C) leaves the field assisted by a doctor, after collapsing and appearing...
Seville, Spain
To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
Sevilla's midfielder Antonio Puerta (C) leaves the field assisted by a doctor, after collapsing and appearing to lose consciousness momentarily, during their Spanish first division soccer match against Getafe at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in Seville August 25, 2007. Puerta died in hospital three days after collapsing during a La Liga match in 2007 at the age of 22 and his death sparked a new law that all first- and second-division clubs should keep defibrillators ready at their grounds. Picture taken August 25, 2007. To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
RTXVP7X
December 14, 2010
A picture of Sevilla midfielder Antonio Puerta is placed among candles at the club's Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan...
Seville, Spain
To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART
A picture of Sevilla midfielder Antonio Puerta is placed among candles at the club's Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in Seville August 28, 2007. Puerta died in hospital three days after collapsing during a La Liga match in 2007 at the age of 22 and his death sparked a new law that all first- and second-division clubs should keep defibrillators ready at their grounds. Picture taken August 28, 2007. To match feature SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR2I1AK
September 07, 2010
A sign marking the access to a heart defibrillator sits on the wall during a hockey tournament involving...
Burnaby, Canada
A sign marking the access to a heart defibrillator sits on the wall during a hockey tournament involving...
A sign marking the access to a heart defibrillator sits on the wall during a hockey tournament involving players all over the age of 80 in Burnaby, British Columbia September 7, 2010. Players from all over Canada and the United States gather each year to take part in the tournament in which those 75 years and older play several games over three days. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY)
GERMANY-DEMJANJUK/
RTXRAO6
November 30, 2009
A heart defibrillator for emergency use for accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk, stands in a...
Munich, Germany
A heart defibrillator for emergency use for accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk stands in a...
A heart defibrillator for emergency use for accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk, stands in a courtroom in Munich November 30, 2009. Demjanjuk, an 89-year-old former U.S. auto worker, went on trial in Germany on Monday facing charges he helped force 27,900 Jews into gas chambers in Sobibor extermination camp in 1943. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
Health
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Device Communicates with Pacemaker over Phone Line - 29 Apr 2008
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GERMANY/
RTR200OH
April 29, 2008
A doctor holds a mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device...
Berlin, Germany
A doctor holds a mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device...
A doctor holds a mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device 'Consulta CRT-D', made by U.S. company Medtronic Inc., implanted to German patient Monique Pachalek at the German Heart Institute Berlin (DHZB) in Berlin, April 29, 2008. Pachalek is the first patient worldwide to have the device implanted on April 23. The product makes it possible to the hospital to communicate with the patient's pacemaker over a phone line. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR200NX
April 29, 2008
German patient Monique Pachalek's (L) daughter Leonie (C) plays with a remote device next to doctor Bjoern...
Berlin, Germany
German patient Pachalek's daughter Leonie plays with a remote device next to doctor Peters during a news...
German patient Monique Pachalek's (L) daughter Leonie (C) plays with a remote device next to doctor Bjoern Peters (R) during a news conference to present the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device 'Consulta CRT-D', made by U.S. company Medtronic Inc., at the German Heart Institute Berlin (DHZB) in Berlin, April 29, 2008. Pachalek is the first patient worldwide to have the device implanted on April 23. The product makes it possible to the hospital to communicate with the patient's pacemaker over a phone line. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR200ND
April 29, 2008
Doctor Bjoern Peters explains details of an X-ray picture on a monitor showing the world's first cardiac...
Berlin, Germany
Doctor Peters explains details of an X-ray picture on a monitor showing of the world's first cardiac...
Doctor Bjoern Peters explains details of an X-ray picture on a monitor showing the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device 'Consulta CRT-D', made by U.S. company Medtronic Inc., implanted to German patient Monique Pachalek at the German Heart Institute Berlin (DHZB) in Berlin, April 29, 2008. Pachalek is the first patient worldwide to have the device implanted on April 23. The product makes it possible to the hospital to communicate with the patient's pacemaker over a phone line. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR200MY
April 29, 2008
Doctor Bjoern Peters points to an X-ray picture on a monitor showing the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation...
Berlin, Germany
Doctor Peters points to an X-ray picture on a monitor showing of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation...
Doctor Bjoern Peters points to an X-ray picture on a monitor showing the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device 'Consulta CRT-D', made by U.S. company Medtronic Inc., implanted to German patient Monique Pachalek at the German Heart Institute Berlin (DHZB) in Berlin, April 29, 2008. Pachalek is the first patient worldwide to have the device implanted on April 23. The product makes it possible to the hospital to communicate with the patient's pacemaker over a phone line. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR200MQ
April 29, 2008
Doctor Bjoern Peters (R) holds the mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator...
Berlin, Germany
Doctor Bjoern Peters (R) holds the mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator...
Doctor Bjoern Peters (R) holds the mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device 'Consulta CRT-D', made by U.S. company Medtronic Inc., as he explains the functionality to patient Monique Pachalek at the German Heart Institute Berlin (DHZB) in Berlin, April 29, 2008. Pachalek is the first patient worldwide to have the device implanted on April 23. The product makes it possible to the hospital to communicate with the patient's pacemaker over a phone line. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR200M7
April 29, 2008
Monique Pachalek displays the mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator...
Berlin, Germany
Pachalek displays the mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device...
Monique Pachalek displays the mock-up of the world's first cardiac re-synchronisation therapy defibrillator device 'Consulta CRT-D', made by U.S. company Medtronic Inc., during a news conference at the German Heart Institute Berlin (DHZB) in Berlin, April 29, 2008. Pachalek is the first patient worldwide to have the device implanted on April 23. The product makes it possible to the hospital to communicate with the patient's pacemaker over a phone line. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
USA/
RTR1SC86
July 28, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to replace his...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart defibrillator at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
CHENEY-HEALTH/
RTR1SC4Z
July 28, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to have a new internal...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery at George Washington...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to have a new internal heart defibrillator implanted at George Washington University Hospital in Washington ,July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
CHENEY-HEALTH
RTR1SC4S
July 28, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) departs with his wife Lynne Cheney (R) after undergoing minor surgery...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Vice President Cheney departs with his wife after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) departs with his wife Lynne Cheney (R) after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart defibrillator at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
CHENEY-HEALTH/
RTR1SC4C
July 28, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (R) departs after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart defibrillator...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Vice President Cheney departs after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart defibrillator...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (R) departs after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart defibrillator at George Washington University Hospital in Washington July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
CHENEY-HEALTH/
RTR1SC3W
July 28, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) departs with his wife Lynne Cheney (R) after undergoing minor surgery...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Vice President Cheney departs with his wife after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) departs with his wife Lynne Cheney (R) after undergoing minor surgery to replace his heart defibrillator at George Washington University Hospital in Washington July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
CHENEY-HEALTH/
RTR1SC3M
July 28, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to have a new internal...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to have a new internal...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) waves to reporters after undergoing minor surgery to have a new internal heart defibrillator implanted at George Washington University Hospital in Washington July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
RTRB7X3
February 09, 1998
A paramedic holds a heart defibrillator in front of the Grand Hotel in Rome February 9, where Russian...
Italy
AMBULACES STAND IN FRONT OF THE GRAND HOTEL
A paramedic holds a heart defibrillator in front of the Grand Hotel in Rome February 9, where Russian President Boris Yeltsin is staying during his three-day state visit to Italy. Two ambulances are accompanying the presidential cortege through Rome and medics are on call round-the-clock for the 67-year-old president, who underwent heart surgery in November 1996.

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