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December 14, 2010
SOCCER-SPAIN/HEART - Illustration and diagram explaining how a defibrillator works. Spain's soccer players...
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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)
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Device Communicates with Pacemaker over Phone Line - 29 Apr 2008
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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