Is Pacemaker Implantation a Major Surgery? Center

A pacemaker is a small, battery-operated device that sends signals to the heart to regulate the heartbeat. The pacemaker senses when the heart beats irregularly (arrhythmia) or if it beats too slow (bradycardia) and sends corrective signals to the heart muscles. Modern-day pacemakers can fix arrhythmias and help restore normal heart function. Read more: Is Pacemaker Implantation a Major Surgery? Article


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