Indian-origin scientist develops leadless pacemaker

May 10 2014, 19:06 IST
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The device is only a few centimeters in length, making it less than ten per cent the size of a traditional pacemaker. Reuters The device is only a few centimeters in length, making it less than ten per cent the size of a traditional pacemaker. Reuters
SummaryThe world's first wireless pacemaker, developed by an Indian-origin scientist, has shown promising results after one year of human trials.

50 centers across the US and Canada.

More than 4 million patients globally have a pacemaker, and 700,000 new patients receive one each year, the hospital said.

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