Fight against heart disease goes high tech

09/12/2006 |

From wearable defibrillators to complete home monitoring systems and even machines to reduce fluid buildup, patients with heart disease are increasingly seeing the use of technology as part of their standard treatment. The devices can extend life, reduce hospital visits and overall health care costs and even improve compliance in some instances. All are being showcased in Seattle at the annual Heart Failure Society of America's meeting.

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