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Archive by Year: 2016 - Page 2
Defibrillators are incredibly important for patients with heart abnormalities. Whether a patient is experiencing slow heart rhythms or dangerously fast ones, these devices can literally be the difference between life and death. St. Jude Medical is now warning patients of an important safety issue for certain defective defibrillators made before May of 2015.
Higher than normal problems with Stryker LFIT Anatomic CoCr V40 Femoral Head components are concerning for U.S. patients.
None of us ever wants to be in a situation where medical responders need to contact our family members to alert them of an injury. However, life can be incredibly unexpected. And, unfortunately, serious injury can occur when you least expect it. So it’s important to make sure that first responders have access to the necessary information to keep you safe and your family informed. But how to do it?
Star ratings are a common system for ranking everything from restaurants to car repair shops. In this day and age, it seems that everyone has an opinion that can be boiled down from 1-5, and everyone wants to let you know what they think.
We’ve probably all heard the old adage that New Jersey drivers are the worst. There’s something about the Garden State that makes people forget to use their turn signals and drive perilously close to your car if you’re going too slow…or, so we’ve been told.