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a transitional interval beyond which some new action or different state of affairs is likely to begin or occur

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Changes in cerebral oxygen uptake and cerebral electrical activity during defibrillation threshold testing.
The Atlas(R)+ HF CRT-D, with 36 joules of delivered energy, is the world's most powerful resynchronization device and provides increased safety margins for patients with -- or likely to develop -- high defibrillation thresholds.
For example, statin users have been reported to have a reduced risk of developing atrial fibrillation, and statin therapy favorably affects defibrillation thresholds in animal studies of ischemic heart disease.
New products help ensure effective therapy delivery even for patients with high defibrillation thresholds, provide additional disease management monitors for heart failure patients or patients at risk for sudden cardiac arrest and can be implanted through a smaller incision due to reduced size
New PARADYM[TM] DR ICD provides extra safety margin for patients with high defibrillation thresholds.
DeFT Response[R] technology - designed to help devices meet the needs of patients with high or varying defibrillation thresholds, helping physicians to ensure appropriate delivery of life-saving therapy