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New method, device aimed at controlling blood pressure levels automatically

(University of Texas at Arlington) Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington are developing a new method and device for controlling blood pressure levels in cardiac care environments that use targeted electrical stimulation rather than drugs.
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