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Micra TPS pacemaker
Small, wireless pacemaker reduces risks for cardiac patients
Heart patients living with bradycardia can now take advantage of the smallest pacemaker available for them: the Micra Transcatheter Pacing System (TPS). Tulane Medical Center is one of the first hospitals in Greater New Orleans to offer TPS. This new pacemaker, about the size of a large vitamin,...


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