Transvenous Cardiac Pacing

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Transvenous cardiac pacing is a medical procedure used to treat certain types of heart rhythm disorders. It involves the placement of a pacemaker, a small device that sends electrical signals to the heart, through a vein in the chest. The pacemaker helps to regulate the heart rate and rhythm, allowing the heart to beat in a more regular pattern. This procedure is often used to treat bradycardia, a condition in which the heart beats too slowly, and can also be used to treat other heart rhythm disorders.

 

Transvenous Cardiac Pacing
Transvenous Cardiac Pacing
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