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has long been regarded as a pacemaker in home electronics
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But in the future, Hampson hopes, surgeons could implant a similar apparatus entirely within a person's skull, like a neural pacemaker.
The very first recall of a medical device for security reasons—a pacemaker from Abbot's—was issued by the FDA in August 2017.
In recent years, Freddie Brandon had been put on a pacemaker and had suffered injuries.
Learning that treatment would require a permanent pacemaker was no less of a surprise.
As a first-year student on an academic scholarship at Oxford, Bannister caught his coaches' attention while running as a pacemaker in a mile race on March 22, 1947.
Not least of which is its buying power, which may help purchasing talks on items ranging from pacemakers to hip implants to MRI scanners.
Inspire, an implanted device that acts a pacemaker of sorts for the tongue, pushing it forward to open up the airway and allow for unobstructed breathing.
However, a spokesman for Iran’s judiciary sought to downplay any expectation Baquer Namazi would be put on an indefinite release following his recent surgery to install a pacemaker.
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medical : a small electrical machine put inside a person to make the heart beat evenly
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