Walter Keller

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For the Swiss ice hockey player, see Walter Keller (ice hockey).

Walter Keller is a mathematician, physicist, researcher, designer, and inventor. He designed and holds the patent on the first implantable atrial synchronous heart pacemaker; he designed a demand circuit critical to the controls of the artificial heart; and he pioneered the first remotely programmable computer implantable prosthesis.

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