New bionic heart doesn’t beat and that’s why it could revolutionize transplants
Scientists at the Texas Heart Institute say the perfect bionic heart is within their reach, but it doesn’t beat. The average human heart has to beat 42 million times a year, which means that if it were replaced with a machine with a lot of moving parts, it would quickly wear out, said Dr. William Cohn, chief medical officer of BiVACOR
, the company working on the new bionic heart. Read more at ABC News.