Pacemaker Repositioning


Pacemaker Repositioning

 

A pacemaker is a small device that is used to regulate your heart rhythm. The pacemaker system, which consists of a battery pack (pulse generator) and either one of two wires (leads), is surgically implanted under the skin in your chest, just beneath your collarbone. The pacemaker continuously monitors (senses) your heart's natural rhythm and will stimulate the heart to beat (paces) when it senses that your own heart rhythm is too slow. It will stimulate your heart to beat in a way that mimics your heart's own electrical beat. The electrical signal that is sent from the pacemaker is strong enough to stimulate the heart to beat, but not strong enough for you to feel.

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