Electronic Implants: New Fast Transcutaneous Non-Invasive Battery Recharger and Energy Feeder, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Study

Published: Apr 10, 2013

António Abreu, a Sustainable Energy Systems PhD Student under the MIT Portugal Program, currently developing research work at LNEG (Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia I.P.) has developed a non-invasive battery recharger system for electronic implants that allows a longer life for the internal implantable devices in the human body such as, pacemakers, defibrillators, electric heart, delaying considerable the usual customary surgery intervention for replacement.

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