Pacemakers are implanted in the chest to regulate heartbeat and thus to reduce the risk of cardiac arrest. Learn how new smaller pacemakers now can be implanted in the heart without any wires (leads).
|When:||Wednesday, February 21 | Noon to 1 p.m.|
|What:||Heart & Vascular Seminar - The Latest in Wireless Pacemaker Technology|
|Where:||Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place|
|Who:||Thomas Swain, MD|
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