Translation of defibrillator in Spanish:


desfibrilador, n.

Pronunciation /diˈfɪbrəˌleɪdər/ /diːˈfɪbrɪleɪtə/

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    desfibrilador masculine
    • The only other options are implanted defibrillators that administer electric shocks to the heart, and transplants.
    • The medical team had a defibrillator with them and I was resuscitated within a few minutes.
    • Other options, defibrillators and heart transplants, are highly invasive and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
    • In the early 1990s, the role of electrical defibrillators gained prominence.
    • The people using a defibrillator to restore normal heart rhythm in places like these usually have had no medical training.