Fortec medical is a unique medical device designed to reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke (or both) by delivering a drug directly to specific areas of the heart. The device uses radio frequency energy to heat and kill areas of the myocardium that are at high risk for heart disease and stroke. The device is currently being used to treat patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy, a condition that may cause heart attacks and strokes.
Fortec medical uses radio frequency energy, so it’s not like they’re going to just go into your heart and kill it. When you look at the device, you’ll see that it has a small amount of antennae on the outside of the device. In use, these antennae heat the myocardium to temperatures that kill off areas of the tissue. This is what makes it a heart attack or stroke risk reduction device.
theyre going to use the system to kill off areas of the heart in order to prevent heart attacks and strokes. Of course theyve also been using a device that is essentially a microwave oven to treat people with myocardial infarction.
As in, I am not being too critical about how the system works. But I have no idea what it is that theyre using.
For one, I can’t find a company that seems to be developing the technology or even the device itself. I’ve also seen several videos that don’t have any information about the technology itself. Instead they have several videos of people being burned or being electrocuted.
For one, youll need to make sure that youre getting enough magnesium in your blood, which is one of many things that are known to cause muscle pain. The other thing is that the device is basically a microwave oven that causes pain to the body. There are videos of people being burned or electrocuted and theres also a site that shows images from the device.
The device is called a “disease-disaster-disaster”. It is a device that causes all types of diseases. It’s a device that affects cells, especially when they’re trying to get at the heart. It’s a device that helps people recover from their bad days. Theres also a documentary about how many people were burned in a hot bar at the end of their shift.
I was watching the video of the documentary and it shows that the majority of the people burned in the bar were employees. The documentary goes on to say that the bar was closed when the incident happened and that people on the other end of the bar were all the employees as well. They also said that the majority of employees were still at work at the time of the incident and not on their way back to the bar when the incident happened.
It’s a good question, but I don’t think anyone would assume that workers are the only ones at a bar when the incident happens. A lot of bars don’t have a clear policy on whether employees can leave at the end of a shift, especially when a shift might end up being a long one. The video of the documentary doesn’t show anyone leaving the bar in the aftermath of the incident, but it doesn’t rule out the possibility either.
It would be a bad assumption to assume that a bar never lets its employees leave at the end of a shift. Maybe you need different rules in different bars, i.e., a lot of bars don’t allow staff to leave the bar. I’ve never worked at a bar with this policy.