(Texas Heart Institute) Researchers at Texas Heart Institute and UCLA crossed a major milestone in the development of a wirelessly powered, leadless pacemaker and further advanced the possibility of using wirelessly powered, biventricular pacing to address cardiac resynchronization challenges. In Nature Research Scientific Reports, they reported the first proof of the novel pacing system’s ability to provide synchronized biventricular pacing in a closed chest and open chest, preclinical research model.

Original source: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-02/thi-thi021320.php