Medtronic testing world’s smallest pacemaker

KARE-TV photo

KARE-TV photo

[KARE-TV, December 10, 2013] The world’s smallest pacemaker is now being tested in humans and it was created by Minnesota based Medtronic.

Because it is so small, implanting the device is minimally invasive as well.

Dr. Bill Katsiyiannis, with the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, described it as, “Just a phenomenal development.”

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