A shock to the system [article] : the use of electricity to restore life goes back as far as the 1780s; not until after World War II, though, did doctors start applying it systematically to save heart attack victims / by Jack Kelly.
By: Kelly, Jack.Material type: ArticlePublisher: 1999Source: American heritage of invention and technology. - Vol.15, no.2 (Fall), p.20-27.Subject(s): Electricity in medicine -- History In: American heritage of invention and technology. - Vol.15, no.2 (Fall), p.20-27
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