Skin no barrier for cardiac charger

Heart-failure patients may someday get a life-saving charge from technology developed by students at Rice University. A team of seniors designed and built a transcutaneous energy-transfer unit to power a minimally invasive ventricular assist device being created by a Houston company.

Skin no barrier for cardiac charger

Heart-failure patients may someday get a life-saving charge from technology developed by students at Rice University.

Thu 3 May 12 from Medical Xpress

Skin no barrier for cardiac charger, Thu 3 May 12 from R&D Mag

Wireless charger could power tiny heart pump

Students at Rice University devise a way to remove the wires currently needed to power ventricular assist devices in patients with weak hearts.

Fri 4 May 12 from CNET Cutting Edge

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