When the heart beats too quickly or too slowly, an implantable cardioverter defibrillator can help — improving function and possibly saving lives.
Helen McFarland, R.N.
Helen McFarland, R.N., has been employed as a nurse at the University of Michigan for 23 years. During the last 11 years, Helen has worked as a device nurse for the Department of Cardiology/Electrophysiology. She received certification from the Heart Rhythm Society as a specialist in cardiac device programming in 2007.