A tiny, wireless heart device could dramatically alter the scale of medical implants.
Stanford University engineers demonstrated the feasibility of the cardiac device that gets its power not from batteries but from radio waves transmitted from a small power unit on the surface of the body.
The implanted device is contained in a cube just 0.8 millimeter on a side—so small it could fit on the head of a pin.
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