Reconstruction of Hyman's Second Pacemaker

@article{Furman2005ReconstructionOH,
  title={Reconstruction of Hyman's Second Pacemaker},
  author={Seymour Furman and G. Szarka and Dmitriy Layvand},
  journal={Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={28}
}
Though journal articles and newspaper reports suggest that three Hyman pacemakers existed or were intended; a patent, descriptive photographs and a written description of an earlier model and only a photograph of a later model exist. A replica of the earlier has been made based on the patent and description, and a new replica of the second based on a critical deconstruction and analysis of the photograph of the second with a modern circuit duplicating the function of the earlier circuit. Both… Expand

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