Vyralize: Scientists have developed a 3D glove-like electronic membrane that can be used to stop arrhythmia and prevent heart attacks.
Well that's great news. I hope it could be available soon for common people.
I need this, I eat too much fast food...
You can still die from blood clots.
... unless he drinks enough soda. Fact: Fast food is not damaging to humans if you wash it down with enough soda. Brought to you by Science™
oh so you can use soda to cleanse your body, how awesome, detox products got nothing on soda
I think I have several of those forming, sharp chest pains when I eat fast food.
@ Audiggity Really? Can you explain the science behind that? Cheers.
Considering how many ppl die from Heart attacks each year, this is huge.... It says they hope to have it for patients in 10-15 yrs, so hopefully many of us can last until then (expect for cyclindk, he will die of Mcdonalds poisoning).
lmfao "McDonalds poisoning"..... i dabble in the D's on occasion but as a whole, its mostly gross. it amazes me how it gets so much business. if the world was filled with peeps with my mind set, McD's would be out of business lol i go maybe twice a year
A surgery similar to this today is about 100k... new tech like this prolly be like double that... prevents an MI until you get the bill.
Those guys from Epic Meal Time must be using this. It's the only logical explanation of why they're STILL alive.
Advancement in science is commendable. Who could have thought about this a decade ago.
I'm 24 and have had a pacemaker since 2007. This is super exciting news for someone like me. Ont the other hand, pacemaker surgery is relatively very simple with a quick recovery. This seems like it would require full on open heart. Therefore it would only be practical to very serious conditions.
And now, people will be eating more since you are no longer able to get a heart attack if you get your hands on this.
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