The revenue of cardiac pacemaker
market in China increased by 13.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A new article highlights the promise and limitations of new methods based on stem cell and reprogramming technologies to generate biological pacemakers
that might one day replace electronic pacemakers
Heart specialist Valentino Palermo said a pacemaker
was the only option for Snooks.
is then connected to the heart via wires that can break over time.
This is the first time we've seen one-year follow-up data for this innovative, wireless cardiac pacing technology and our results show the leadless pacemaker
is comparable to traditional pacemakers
The researchers, employing a virus engineered to carry a single gene (Tbx18) that plays a key role in embryonic pacemaker
cell development, directly reprogrammed heart muscle cells (cardiomyocytes) to specialized pacemaker
It was a career-best run from him when he was the perceived pacemaker
However, the rotating giant magnet that is the MRI can also create current (electricity) in the metal pacemaker
wires that go to the heart - burning heart tissue - or those wires that go back up to the pacemaker
itself, interfering with pacemaker
pacing function and destroying the circuitry of the pacemaker
Vera needed a pacemaker
because her heart was beating too slowly, leaving her at risk of blackouts.
My answers apply to the Adapta DR pacemaker
and not necessarily to other types of pacemakers
longevity is usually defined as the interval between pacemaker
implantation and detection of its end of service (3-5).
This increased impedance signal is perceived by the pacemaker
as increased minute ventilation, which causes the ensuing tachycardia at the pre-programmed rate (3).
Both infections were related to foreign bodies and observed after pacemaker
The implanted tissue has kept the guinea pig hearts beating after their natural pacemaker
cells were destroyed.
All of the patients in this retrospective study underwent at least two coronary angiographies, one before and one after pacemaker