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Sydney - An Australian woman returned to life after spending 42 minutes clinically dead, informed the doctors who worked on the case.

Tanasio Vanessa, 41, who has two children, was taken to the Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne last week after suffering a heart attack and a completely blocked artery.

Tanasio suffered a cardiac arrest and was declared clinically dead soon afterwards.

The expression braindead is a medical term that applies to a person who ceased to breathe and in which the blood has stopped circulating.

But did not give physicians and used a compression device called Lucas 2, such that the only exists in Australia to maintain the flow of blood to the brain while the cardiologist Wally Ahmar opened the artery to unlock it.

Once unlocked, the Tanasio heart started beating at a normal pace.

"I used multiple discharges, many medicines to resurrect it, " said Ahmar.

"Surely this is a miracle. Hoped she was not so good."

Tanasio said he had no history of heart disease and said he was very grateful.

"I remember sitting on my couch, then the floor, then coming to the hospital and then disappeared two days, " said Vanessa Tanasio.

"I've been dead for almost an hour and only a week later I feel good.'s Surreal, " complete.

Lucas The device compresses the chest, similar to what happens during the maneuver cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and allows doctors to work without stopping to deploy a stent (cylindrical device) on a blocked artery.

This was the first time the device has been used successfully in a patient, in the hospital.

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