The pacemaker is about to get a whole lot smaller

A team of engineers out of Stanford is introducing a truly tiny wireless cardiac device to demonstrate that, thanks to a little ingenuity and impressive math, all medical implants may soon be powered wirelessly.
Ada Poon led the research.
(Credit: Stanford)
Which means that devices such as pacemakers, which owe the majority of their bulk to the battery, are about to get a whole lot smaller.
Head researcher Ada Poon, who earlier this year showed off a proof-of-concept, wirelessly powered device small enough to propel itself through the bloodstream, says the main achievement with the cardiac…

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