The doctor at KIMS Health has successfully fixed a leadless (capsule-size) pacemaker in the heart of a 72-year-old patient in an uncommon medical process.

Doctors made use of a vein along the patient’s leg by opening it with a needle and sending it up the body to be deposited in the heart in leadless pacemaker case.

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