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Medtronic Pacemaker to Slash Heart Risks

Posted: Nov 19 2013, 4:00am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 

Medtronic Pacemaker to Slash Heart Risks
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The all-new Medtronic pacemaker may be just the device that cardiac patients have been looking for. It will probably slash risks of future heart damage among this group of patients.

Traditional practices must give way to the modern and the innovative. Medtronic Incorporated’s EnRhythm pacemaker has made the art of living easier for many former cardiac patients. The deaths, visits to the hospital and development of heart defects have decreased considerably thanks to this novel technology. It has rightfully taken the helm from the previous faulty version of the device. 

The new Medtronic pacemaker especially had a salubrious effect on irregular heartbeat syndrome. It cut the risks by more than 60%. The heart-weakening actions of previous models of pacemakers due to their electrical signals were countered by this brand new version.  

Most of the patients had bradycardia and atrial fibrillation. The second disease caused strokes. Most of the medical disease statistics had been in a mess before the arrival of the new pacemaker. So many died and a great many had to suffer in silence. But now these patients will be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Those who had the new Medtronic pacemaker implanted within their bodies were less liable to succumb to fatigue. And their overall quality of life also considerably improved from previous times. The benefits of the nascent technology were innumerable. And it is all due to science which has once again saved so many lives by its miraculous cures. 

Source: Reuters

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