defibrillation


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defibrillation

[dē‚fib·rə′lā·shən]
(medicine)
Stopping a local quivering of muscle fibers, especially of the heart.
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Sudden cardiac arrest is a serious threat to our young athletes and CPR combined with early access to defibrillation serves as the first line of defense," said Dr.