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The number of strokes and heart attacks in the United States has dropped significantly in number

An ultra-thin membrane with integrated sensors shaped like the patient's heart monitors the pulse, its temperature, the loads and stresses it undergoes and informs doctors of any disturbing changes long before a patient feels pain.

It is important that membrane installation is non-invasive: It is folded, injected into a vein, and then expands to cover the surface of the heart.

By 2040, this invention and the like will reduce the mortality rate from cardiovascular diseases to an insignificant level.

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‪omar washali‬‏ amazing experience ,, thank you
08 Oct 2021
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Marcie Roy Daniel Technology is and will continue to compound at a faster and faster rate.
27 Sep 2021
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Asher Pfanku While I am absolutely certain medical advances will be able to improve preemptive measures against cardiovascular disease, as the saying goes, why reinvent the wheel? Ultimately, lifestyle intervention is likely always going to be the go-to approach for people with non-hereditary conditions. At least so long as our bodies are the way they are.
29 Jul 2021
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Maksymilian Bardwell I don't think it will happen that soon.
29 Jun 2019
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Eyob Tilahun amazing experience
06 Mar 2019
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Guillermo I don Belice this will happen
18 Feb 2019
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