A biventricular pacemaker is a special type of pacemaker to treat heart failure with abnormal electrical systems. This type of pacemaker stimulates the lower left and right chamber of the heart. Read more: How Does a Biventricular Pacemaker Work? Article
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A pacemaker is a small device that sends electrical impulses to the heart muscles to maintain a suitable heart rate and rhythm. Pacemakers are used to treat an abnormal heart rate (arrhythmias).
How Long Can a Child Live With a Pacemaker?
In most cases, most children can live a normal life after pacemaker surgery.