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How a Hardware Designer Was Saved By His Own Creation

szczys writes Would you do a better job designing hardware if your life depended on it? Chris Nefcy is in that exact position. Years ago he developed an Automatic External Defibrilator for First Medic. The device allows non-doctors to restart a human heart in the field. When Chris had a heart attack his ticker was restarted with shocks from his own hardware. His story isn’t just heartwarming, he also covers the path that led him into developing the AED and the bumpy road encountered getting the hardware to market.

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