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69. Difference phases of a heart operation. 12743: The machine that circulates blood to the vessels in the heart and brain during the operation while the heart itself is stopped. 12745: reconnecting the arteries by sewing together with a device developed in the Soviet Union several years ago ans since adopted by cardiac surgeons all over the world. 12744: after the operation an electric stimulator is applied in the heart area to start a regular beat

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93. Many lives are being saved by this ambulance specially equipped to deal with severe heart attack cases in Northern Ireland. But prevention is better than cure; the risks stemming from high blood pressure can be considerably reduced by treatment, which can almost totally rule out heart failure and most strokes

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