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Medical telemetry applications rely heavily on biomedical implanted antennas. These biomedical implanted devices can enhance and monitor patients daily life circumstances. A low-profile, downsized size implanted antenna operating at 915 MHz in the industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) band is suggested in this research. The antenna is a simple slotted patch supplied by a 50-impedance coaxial probe. The radiator is made up of two slotted parasitic patches with one square-shaped outer radiator are manufactured on a Roger Droid RT5880 substrate with a standard height of 0.254 mm (r = 2.2, tan = 0.0009). The entire dimension of the given antenna is 11 × 11 × 0.2514 mm with an electrical size of 0.049 × 0.049 × 0.0011. The antenna spans a bandwidth of 0.82-1.05 GHz when working inside muscle tissues (25.13 percent). The antenna"s calculations and experimental findings are quite similar. The computed specific absorption rate (SAR) values inside muscle of above 1 g mass tissue are 7.25 W/kg, according to the data. The stated SAR values are lower than the limit set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). As a result, the proposed small antenna is a strong contender for biological implantable applications.