Heart patients get to breathe easier

KUALA LUMPUR: Heart patients often dread having a pacemaker implanted in their chests due to the size of the device and the surgery involved, but things are set to change in the next couple of years.

The National Heart Institute (IJN) has been quietly blazing the trail to come up with a cutting-edge pacemaker the size of a vitamin pill through its clinical trials.

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