Wireless pacemaker transforms heart care

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Your heart is strong and steady, beating between 60 and 100 times each minute.

It’s a rhythm we often take for granted, but what happens when that rhythm slows down?

That’s when a pacemaker steps in to save the day.

Traditional versions are bulky and need two long wire leads connected to an implanted battery.

WINK News health and medical reporter Amy Oshier explains how a wire-free pacemaker is changing the game.

Watch above for the full story.

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