One Manitoba health region may have continued to use a defibrillator that was identified as having faulty batteries.

As CBC News reported on Tuesday, more than one-third of Manitoba paramedics who took part in a survey said they have been pressured to use equipment that may have been faulty.

Management at North Eastman Health Association were aware of a paramedic's concerns with using defibrillator batteries that were marked as defective, but the device in question was still being used, according to concerned paramedics.

Click on the video player above to watch Megan Benedictson's report.