"Two swedes have died when their hjärtimplantat not worked. Instead of giving lifesaving shocks and prevent cardiac arrest, closed implant."
"– I start to feel all the more concern that there are patients who have products which can stop working. I am not at all confident with the product, " says cardiac specialist Fredrik Gadler at the Karolinska university hospital to SVT News."
"It's two men who died, a 2011 and a fall of 2018. Both had hjärtstartaren Current, a so-called ICD-defilibrator, and the electrodes are called Dorata. The can can deliver strong electrical shock through an electrode in order to break a rapid heart beat and prevent cardiac arrest."
"According to the SVT has more than 900 swedes a Current-ICD and over 6 000 swedes have a Durata-electrode. In Sweden, doctors have so far been forced to operate out at least 21 Durata electrodes is broken. In addition, 40 Current-cans had surgery out of the Swedish patients due to technical failure and the risk of damage."
"the SVT has searched the manufacturer Abbot who have not wanted to answer questions but mejlat a statement. Where writing company