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Bringing the Heart Back to Normal Rhythm

Pacing Systems

Pacing systems are designed to treat patients with bradycardia, the condition of the heart, where the heart is beating too slow to maintain sufficient supply of oxygenated blood throughout the body. Such condition may be caused by dysfunctions of the sinu-atrial (SA) node, the atrio-ventricular (AV) node, or other parts of the heart's conduction system. ​

The aim of implanting a pacemaker system is to restore regular sinus rhythm and heart rate by using small electrical impulses delivered through leads directly to the heart, designed to stimulate heart muscle cells externally, when intrinsic stimulation fails or is unreliable.​

Pacing Systems

Pacing Systems

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