The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is strengthening its approval process for automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in hopes of curbing the outrageously high number of failures in the life saving devices. AEDs are portable devices used to deliver an electric shock to restore normal rhythm in patients experiencing cardiac arrest or heart rhythm problems. They are installed and ready to use in many public places. The devices can save lives if used promptly in emergency situations. But since 2005, the FDA says it has received 72,000 reports of the devices failing. There have also been numerous recalls of AEDs in ... Read More
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