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defibrillation
American English: /diˌfɪbrəˈleɪʃən/
British English: /ˌdiːfɪbrɪˈleɪʃ(ə)n/

Translation of defibrillation in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable
    Example sentences
    • The group trained in CPR and defibrillation administered emergency treatment on 128 heart attack victims, and there were 30 survivors.
    • This led to an investigation into ways of automating defibrillation so that defibrillators might be used by more people and, therefore, be more widely deployed in the community.
    • Frank postulated that if the problem lay outside hospital, ventricular defibrillation should be corrected where it occurred.

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