A man who in August became the second person in France to receive a much-hyped new-generation artificial heart said in his first interview Sunday he had "recovered", to the point of going on bike rides.
High trans fat consumption is linked to worse memory among working-age men, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2014.
A man who in August became the second person in France to receive a new-generation artificial heart "is doing very well," the inventor of the pioneer device said Tuesday.
France last month carried out the second transplant of a new-generation artificial heart, Health Minister Marisol Touraine said Monday.
(Medical Xpress)—Some firsts in the history of artificial heart implantation are being achieved by an Arizona State University research group and medical professionals at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
It may sound far-fetched, but scientists are attempting to build a human heart with a 3-D printer.
The largest single-center study of patients implanted with a total artificial heart finds the device may help patients in severe heart failure survive until they can receive a heart transplant, according to research to be ...
After its first recipient died, French biomedical firm Carmat said on Monday it expected to try again to implant its experimental artificial heart in another patient "in several weeks".
A septuagenarian man who was fitted with the French biomedical firm Carmat's first artificial heart two and half months ago has died, a hospital statement said Monday.
A 75-year-old man who this week became the first person to receive an artificial heart developed by French biomedical firm Carmat was progressing well, doctors said Saturday.
French biomedical firm Carmat said on Friday it had begun the first human trial of its prototype artificial heart, which aims at overcoming shortages of organs available for transplant.
France is going to test an artificial heart on patients. The heart will contain a Norwegian pressure sensor.
An artificial heart containing miniaturised space technology will soon beat inside a person, having now been approved for human trials in France.
Frank's skeleton looks like it was made in a bike shop, his arms and hands operate on batteries and a computer program lets him have an "almost human-like conversation."