Worlds smallest pacemakers give hope to brisbane heart patients in heart failure fight
A team of researchers용인출장샵 from the University of Queensland say a pacemaker made from the blood of people suffering from rare heart failure can save thousands of lives in Australia.
The device, which uses stem cells, has allowed a couple in Brisbane to give hope to brisbane heart pa아산안마 아산출장마사지tients suffering from rare heart failure, who are often left with permanent damage from blood clots.
The couple, who are both in their late 70s, told the ABC they had experienced heart problems the day their son became sick.
“This is a very rare situation, there really is not enough information, but this does sound really good,” Dr Andrew Bongie, who led the research, said.
“With these pa출장 안마tients, we thought we could do something we didn’t do for the rest of our lives.”
The researchers hope the device can have an effect in other heart failure patients in the future and may help thousands more with rare heart failure.
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