Features December 2015 Issue

Wireless Pacemakers Are on Their Way!

The tiny Nanostim™ pacemaker can be implanted in one of the ventricles of the heart and helps patients with arrythmias maintain a steady rhythm.

Wireless Pacemakers Are on Their Way!

Tiny implants have the potential to normalize heart rhythms without the complications of traditional pacing devices.

Leadless pacemakers promise to treat bradycardia wirelessly, eliminating many complications of traditional pacemakers.

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