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The heart’s own pacemaker, for instance, keeps its miraculous syncopation via a shifting current of sodium, potassium, calcium, and other ions, carried through protein channels.
This side effect usually does not occur until months after a pacemaker is inserted.
Three days later, doctors removed part of his bowel (to relieve an intestinal blockage) and installed a pacemaker
There are no known reports of patients being harmed by hacking of the pacemakers, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Doctors subsequently removed part of Flair’s bowel, and inserted a pacemaker.
Instead galvanism led to life-saving interventions—the pacemaker and the defibrillator among them.
Flair received a pacemaker and had part of his bowel removed.
Techniques include inserting pacemakers and catheters into the hearts of dogs, destroying heart tissue and creating heart attacks by injecting liquid latex into an artery.
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