Pacemaker Implantation

A pacemaker is a device fitted below the collarbone that helps maintain electrical impulses for the heart to pump effectively. The device also ensures that the heartbeat does not drop at a substantial rate.

The heart consists of a sinoatrial (SA) node located at the right atrium. SA node is responsible for generating electrical impulses for a heart to function. However, malfunction of sinoatrial (SA) results in the pacemaker implantation.

The pacemaker implantation involves an intravenous line IV being injected via arms or hand. Our doctor will attach an ECG/ EKG to take notes at heart activities. These will be connected via electrodes that have an adhesive that sticks on the chest. After insertion of intravenous line IV, our doctors will place a pacemaker device on the chest.


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