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But his work remained underappreciated by the Soviet state for many years. Nonetheless, in 1970 Gurvich was awarded the National Award of the USSR for his compendium of work. By his death in 1981, the biphasic deﬁbrillator he had created was ubiquitous in emergency and cardiac care units in hospitals, across the USSR and in Europe. The inclusion of an inductor into the DC deﬁbrillator circuit, as introduced by Gurvich, had the eﬀect of prolonging the time of discharge of the capacitor while moderating its peak voltage, thus stretching the pulse duration to more optimal values.
By his death in 1981, the biphasic deﬁbrillator he had created was ubiquitous in emergency and cardiac care units in hospitals, across the USSR and in Europe. The inclusion of an inductor into the DC deﬁbrillator circuit, as introduced by Gurvich, had the eﬀect of prolonging the time of discharge of the capacitor while moderating its peak voltage, thus stretching the pulse duration to more optimal values. It also reduced the damage to heart tissues from the procedure, thus increasing overall survival rates.
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