The in and out traffic defeats safety efforts, researchers said.
The world's smallest pacemaker has not been FDA approved just yet.
Commercial deployments are anticipated to begin in 2016.
Before the development of the stethoscope, physicians performed their examinations using percussion and immediate auscultation.
Uncertainty about safety has swirled around silicone gel breast implants for years.
A decline in unnecessary angioplasty procedures reflects improvements in clinical decision-making.
Patients continue to have significant weight loss and improvement in their lipid profiles.
This helps lower risk of complications, a study found.
Lung resection can be used as a treatment option, a study says.
Despite more public awareness, obesity rates continue to rise.
London's Royal Free Hospital says it has discharged Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey.
New beneficiaries will pay a larger amount, and upper-income retirees are looking at considerably higher charges.
Researchers think they've developed another option.
A common ingredient in sunscreen could be an effective antibacterial coating for medical implants.