Pacemaker Implantation and Exchange
 
 

Pacemaker Implantation and Exchange

A pacemaker is a small apparatus powered by batteries that monitors if an individual's heart is beating erratically or slowly. It can correct the heart to beat at the suitable pace. The pacemaker is implanted under the skin to the left of heart underneath the collarbone. The pacemaker has wires that connect to the heart and carry electrical signals.

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