Technology could be used for patients who only need temporary help to regulate their heartbeat
A wireless pacemaker that can dissolve in the body has been created for patients who only need temporary help to regulate their heartbeat.
Since the first pacemaker was implanted in 1958, millions of people have benefited from the devices. According to the national audit for cardiac rhythm management, 32,902 pacemakers were implanted for the first time in the UK in the year 2018-19 alone.
from The Guardian https://ift.tt/2T6lm4z
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