Sick Sinus is a rare heart rhythm disorder caused due to dysfunction of sinus node. It usually affects people above the age of 50, however sometimes it also affects the children due to various factors. One of the factors that causes sick sinus syndrome is surgical injury, owing to the expansion of the global sick sinus treatment market in the future.
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New Implant to Intensify Sick Sinus Syndrome Treatment Market
The researchers of the Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC) collaborated with Delft University of Technology to find a way to reset the racing heart. Together they have developed an implant that with LED device. This device was coined using gene therapy to initiate light sensitive proteins into the heart. This flash from the light enables the heart to send an electric current in itself and halt the arrhythmia (an abnormal racing of hear). This helps in restoring the normal heart rhythm automatically and instantly. The new gene therapy based implant is projected to provide growth to the global sick sinus syndrome treatment market.
World’s Smallest Pacemaker to Fuel Sick Sinus Syndrome Market
Although, heart rhythm disorder is an uncommon disorder, it has been rising over the past few years. So, in 2017, the world’s smallest pacemaker was introduced in the form of miniature micra transcatheter pacing system. (MTPS). It can be implanted via minimally invasive procedures. This does not require use of leads, it is gaining popularity among the patients due to its minimal invasiveness and long lasting batteries. This offers some relief to patients to deal with heart rhythm disorder, owing to the expansion of the global sick sinus syndrome market. This is expected to be the most sought after treatment line in the future for sick sinus syndrome, a condition where the natural pacemaker of the heart does not function properly.
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