Former Firefighter Lives Without Pulse for Six Months

The former Czech firefighter is the only man in the world to have two artificial pumps working side by side instead of a heart


 
 

Claire Bates, Daily Mail | | Thursday, October 4, 2012


A 37-year-old Czech fireman says he is able to live 'like a healthy man', after having his heart removed and replaced by mechanical pumps six month ago.

Jakub Halik no longer has a pulse after becoming only the second man to undergo the procedure - the first died a month after surgery in Texas last year.

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