World’s Smallest Pacemaker Implanted at the Health Centre of the University of Szeged for the First Time
Last year in December the world’s smallest leadless pacemaker was implanted at the Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center (SZTE SZAKK), Division of Electrophysiology, Department of Internal Medicine of the University of Szeged. Assistant professor Máté Vámos, M.D. Ph.D., who performed the procedure believes, that this expensive miniature device which now can only be implanted in exceptional cases, will be available for more candidate patients from 2021.
Crucial information and important measures concerning the coronavirus disease are now available 24/7 via a student information line from the 10th of March at the University of Szeged. Students of the University of Szeged can request information in English and Hungarian via this phone number: +36 70 439 9279.
The University of Szeged remains the greenest higher education institution in Hungary. According to the 2019 GreenMetric world ranking, SZTE stepped ahead to the 74th place. Compared to last year, the number of international participants increased this year: in 2019, 780 institutions filled out the green questionnaire.