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Tiny pacemakers aim to make infant heart surgeries less invasive, while cutting operating costs and time
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Rohan Kumthekar, M.D., a cardiology fellow at Children’s National, presents a prototype for a miniature pacemaker, about the size of an almond, which aims to make pacemaker procedures for infants less invasive, less painful, and more efficient, measured by shorter surgeries, faster recovery times and reduced medical costs.