ICDs, which are often used to prevent sudden cardiac death in patients with life-threatening arrhythmias, are a very effective technology but are still uncomfortable when the shock is delivered. Small chips in development at THI could decrease the size of ICDs and provide smaller shocks that could return the heart to normal rhythm without a patient even noticing. Read more, and watch this video, about how this Texas Heart Institute team is collaborating with partners to innovate and improve this life-saving technology.