Permanent Pacemaker

A pacemaker is a tiny, implanted medical gadget that aids in controlling cardiac rhythm. When any portion of the organ's conduction system malfunctions, it aids in the management of disorders related to the electrical system of the heart. Its main job is to make sure that the heart beats at the appropriate pace to prevent arrhythmias and does not beat too rapidly or too slowly.

By use of lead wires that pass through a blood vessel, it is positioned beneath the skin just below the collarbone and attached to the heart chambers. The typical operating time for this procedure is between an hour and two.

Our team of experts is one of the best in the country when it comes to cardiology and is extremely skilled in cardiac pacemakers, biventricular pacemakers, and pacemaker implantation procedures.

When Is Surgery for a Pacemaker Necessary?

Your doctor may advise you to have a pacemaker implanted for a number of different reasons. A few of them are as follows:

Heart Block:

People either develop heart blocks at birth or when their hearts are harmed after a heart attack. Typically, a pacemaker implant is performed when heart block symptoms are intolerable.

Long QT Syndrome

Exercise or stress can cause long QT syndrome, which manifests as an irregular heartbeat. An implantable pacemaker or defibrillator can aid in regulating irregular cardiac rhythms.

ck Sinus Syndrome:

Its symptoms, which include exhaustion, shortness of breath, angina, heart palpitations, etc., are also known as tachy-Brady syndrome. This condition denotes a sinus node that is damaged and not working properly. The heartbeats are regulated with a permanent pacemaker device.

Heart Attack:

Cardiologists advise those who have recently experienced a heart attack to have a temporary pacemaker implanted. Congestive Heart Failure: This condition is characterised by a decrease in the heart's ability to pump blood. The installation of a pacemaker can treat this disease.

Cardiac Arrest:

In the event of a cardiac arrest, the heart's electrical system shuts down. When the heart completely stops beating, a pacemaker implant is carried out. This makes the pacemaker implant a life-saving treatment.

As said, pacemaker implantation is a highly common surgery that can save many people's lives. Before making a choice, it is usually advisable to examine the pros, cons, and potential alternatives with your cardiologist. Connect with our experts today.


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