Minneapolis Heart Institute cardiologist talks about world's smallest pacemaker

William Katsiyiannis

[WCCO-AM, April 18, 2016] The FDA approved a tiny pacemaker this week. It's so small, it fits inside the heart and doesn't require connecting wires. Dr. Bill Katsiyiannis from Minneapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern Hospital is a heart rhythm expert and participated in the clinical trials that lead to FDA approval.

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