Heart Arrhythmias

Steerable catheter to treat cardiac arrhythmia

King's College London has worked with design and technology consultancy Cambridge Design Partnership to develop a novel steerable catheter which King's researchers have designed. The catheter is designed to improve the treatment ...

Aug 05, 2016
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Stem cell 'heart patch' moves closer to clinic

The promise of stem cells to treat cardiovascular disease may soon be a step closer to clinical application as scientists from three institutions seek to perfect and test three-dimensional "heart patches" in a large animal ...

Sep 21, 2016
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