Pacemaker Implantation (Conventional)

What is a Pacemaker?

A pacemaker is a small device implanted in the chest to regulate the beat of the heart. Pacemakers may be used to treat a variety of heart problems, including irregularities of the heart’s rhythm (called arrhythmias) and weakness of the heart muscle.

Pacemaker Implantation (Endocardial Approach)

In this procedure, an impulse generator (called a pacemaker) is implanted in the chest to regulate the rhythm of the heart.