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After Shocks: Protocols & Programming Will Be Key to Optimizing ICD Use

“The low rate of percutaneous coronary intervention suggests that many of the cardiac catheterizations may not have been clinically necessary,” wrote Ryan T. Borne, and Pamela N. Peterson, of the CU School of Medicine, in an editorial. “Yet, patients were exposed to the potential complications of this invasive procedure.”