Pacemaker cardiologist has a street named after him

An Australian pioneer cardiologist in electrophysiology who paved the way for the cardiac pacemaker is to be immortalised by having a Sydney street named after him. Dr Mark Lidwill who died in 1969, became famous for his work on electrical stimulation of cardiac tissue in the 1920s while working at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital that ...

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