Press "Enter" to skip to content

What is a pacemaker? (In which situations is a pacemaker inserted?) – Health News


A pacemaker is an advanced device that helps the heart work better and pump blood by eliminating deficiencies in the heart.

Pacemaker is a method used in the treatment of many heart diseases and makes the life of heart patients much easier.

IN WHICH SITUATIONS IS A PATTERN INSTALLED?

Reasons for inserting a pacemaker:

– To prevent arrhythmia in the heart,

– To prevent the heart from slowing down,

– To prevent sudden death of those with heart disease.

Pacemakers are a savior for people with heart disease. The pacemaker supports the heart that slows down and weakens due to problems in the electrical conduction system.

HOW IS A PATTERN INSTALLED?

Local anesthesia is applied to the person who will be placed with a pacemaker. Pacemakers consist of 1 or 2 special cables and batteries. An incision is made under the patient’s collarbone and a needle is inserted into the vein leading to the heart. Then the device is carefully placed under the skin and the skin is closed.

WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF CARPETS?

– Temporary pacemakers

– Permanent pacemakers

– Implantable cardioverter/defibrillators

– Pacemakers or ICDs used for the treatment of heart failure

DOES VIRUS CAUSE A HEART ATTACK?

Download the NTV application, be informed about the developments


Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *