American Scientists Invent State-Of-The-Art Pacemaker
This new and improved pacemaker, which is as small as a grain of rice, was installed in a rabbit for experimental purposes. The results of the experiment were published in a leading American journal. The device has yet to be tried and tested on humans, but if it does prove to be a success it will revolutionize the way pacemakers work. The pacemaker has the ability to regulate heart rhythms, as well as eliminate the need for heavy batteries to be charged periodically. Its small size is a definite plus point in comparison to the bulky pacemakers that are commonly available in the market.