defibrillate

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stop the fibrillation and restore normal contractions, usually by means of electric shocks

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The first ROC study was undertaken because it was still unclear whether the traditional CPR approach of delivering defibrillatory shocks as soon as possible was inferior to the newer recommendation that EMS personnel should administer at least 2 minutes of CPR before delivering the shocks.
developed ventricular tachycardia requiring chest compressions, multiple defibrillatory shocks, and the administration of epinephrine and sodium bicarbonate.
Our analysis was performed on a 4.1 second interval of electrocardiographic recordings immediately preceding the delivery of the defibrillatory shock.
Martinez-Rubio and sponsored by Cardiac Science Inc., the mean lapsed time between arrhythmia onset and delivery of a defibrillatory shock was 15 seconds.