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Defibrillator for Your Home?

Wow, I've seen one of these used on ER millions of times, but did you know that you can now have a defibrillator in your home?

It's a great idea if you or someone you know has a heart condition. But they don't come cheap.

For the whopping price of $1495.00, you can purchase a HeartStart Home Defibrillator. Some folks think it is just like having a fire extinguisher in your home, wearing your seat belt, or having airbags in your car. I don't think I'd go so far as to buy one though, but it's cool to think I could be like Dr. Yang on Grey's Anatomy.

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Butrfly4404 Butrfly4404 10 years
My mom had one "installed" so we won't need one of these, thank God. I agree with fitness girl...you should have to be certified to buy one of these, or else you could do some serious damage.
Beaner Beaner 10 years
Seriously. Don't think I'll be ordering one anytime soon. But it's nice for people who need it.
DStirk DStirk 10 years
imagine this getting into the wrong hands! like a 2 year olds...
scratch5 scratch5 10 years
more like the heart patient freak Izzy. love her but she did get a little psycho.
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