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Overview of Pacemaker

A permanent pacemaker, a small device that is implanted under the skin (most often in the shoulder area just under the collarbone), sends electrical signals to start or regulate a slow heartbeat

Living with a Pacemaker

With advances in technology, pacemakers today generally last eight to 10 years (depending upon the type of heart condition) and, in most cases, allow a person to lead a normal life.

Frequently Asked Questions About Pacemakers

Answers to some questions that you might have about Pacemakers.