Millions With Arrhythmias to Benefit From Wireless Technology

In the near future, complications from infection-prone leads and pockets may no longer be a concern.

 A revolution in the world of cardiac device technology is allowing pacemakers and pacemaker-defibrillators to communicate with the heart and each other wirelessly. Shrunk to the size of a bullet, these devices are delivered directly into the heart through a catheter. Gone are the pulse generator and the wires (leads) that carry its electrical signals […]
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