Scientists use heart's excess energy to help power pacemakers

11/10/2008 | Yahoo!

U.K. scientists have created an experimental microgenerator capable of gathering extra energy from a beating heart and converting it into electricity to provide 17% of the power required by a battery-operated pacemaker. The technology may lead to longer-lasting heart devices and offer additional functions that could aid in managing cardiac health, the lead researcher said.

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