Bystander defibrillator use tied to better cardiac arrest outcomes

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(Reuters Health) – Cardiac arrest patients may be more likely to survive and avoid permanent disabilities when bystanders use a defibrillator to treat them before an ambulance arrives, a new study suggests.

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