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Title: A guide to Pacemaker Implantation Surgery


1
Pacemaker Implantation Surgery
  • Complete guide for Cost Comparison, Best
    hospital, Complication, Risk and Recovery

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About Pacemaker
  • A pacemaker is a little device that is kept in
    the chest to help control heart rhythms that are
    not normal. Pacemaker uses electrical pulses to
    prompt the heart to beat at a normal rate.
  • A pacemaker can give relief from some arrhythmia
    symptoms, such as fatigue and fainting. A
    pacemaker also has the ability to help a person
    who has abnormal heart rhythms resume a more
    active lifestyle.
  • Pacemakers are used to cure arrhythmias. In
    arrhythmia, the heart can beat too fast, too
    slow, or with an irregular rhythm.

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Type of Pacemaker
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy is a process to
    implant a device in your chest to make your
    heart's chambers contract in a more organized and
    efficient way.
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy uses a device
    known as biventricular pacemaker that delivers
    electrical signals to both of the lower chambers
    of the heart (ventricles). The signals make your
    ventricles to contract at the same time,
    maximizing the amount of blood that's pumped out
    of heart.
  • Sometimes the device also contains an implantable
    cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD), which can
    deliver stronger electrical shocks if your heart
    rhythm becomes dangerously erratic.

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Why Cardiac resynchronization therapy is done
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy is a treatment
    for heart failure in people whose ventricles
    don't contract simultaneously.
  • If you have heart failure, your heart muscle is
    weakened and may not be able to pump out enough
    blood to support your body. This can be worsened
    if your heart's chambers aren't in sync with each
    other.
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy brings
    electrical signals that cause your heart to beat
    in a way that maximizes the amount of blood
    that's pumped out of your heart. This treatment
    may reduce your symptoms of heart
    failure and reduce your risk of heart failure
    complications, including death.

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How does a pacemaker work?
  • A pacemaker includes of a battery, a computerized
    generator, and wires with sensors at their tips.
    The battery gives power to the generator, and
    both are surrounded by a thin metal box. The
    wires link the generator to the heart.
  • A pacemaker helps monitor and control your
    heartbeat. The electrodes detect your heart's
    electrical activity and send data through the
    wires to the computer in the generator.
  • The computer will direct the generator to send
    electrical pulses to your heart if your heart
    rhythm is abnormal. The pulses travel through the
    wires to reach your heart.
  • Newer pacemakers take care of your blood
    temperature, breathing, and other factors. They
    also can adjust your heart rate to changes in
    your activity.

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Why does anyone need a pacemaker?
  • A pacemaker is necessary if heart is pumping too
    quickly or slowly. In either case, human body
    doesn't get enough blood. This can cause
  • fatigue
  • fainting or lightheadedness
  • shortness of breath
  • damage to vital organs
  • eventual death

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Which are the best hospitals available for
Pacemaker Surgery in India?
  • Global Health City, Chennai
  • Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon
  • BLK Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi
  • Global Hospital, Mumbai
  • Medanta - The Medicity, Gurgaon
  • Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon
  • Aster Medcity, Kerala
  • Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
  • Columbia Asia Yeshwantpur
  • Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai
  • Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi
  • Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, Delhi

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Which are the best hospitals available for
Pacemaker Surgery in India?
  • Asian Heart Institute, Mumbai
  • Continental Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences,
    Hyderabad
  • Ruby Hall, Pune
  • The Wockhardt Heart Institute, Mumbai
  • Manipal Hospital, Bangalore
  • MaxCure Hospital, Hyderabad
  • Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai
  • Narayana Hrudayalaya Heart Hospital, Bangalore
  • Fortis Hospital, Mohali
  • B. M. Birla Heart Research Centre, Kolkata
  • Kerala institute of medical sciences, Trivandrum,
    Kerala
  • Medica Super Speciality Hospital, Kolkata
  • N. M. Wadia Institute of Cardiology, Pune

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Which are the best hospitals available for
Pacemaker Surgery in India?
  • N. M. Wadia Institute of Cardiology, Pune
  • Batra Heart centre, Delhi
  • Heart Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Patna
  • Jeevak Heart Hospital and Research Institute,
    Patna
  • Heart Hospital Chandralaya Pvt Ltd, Patna
  • Usha Mullapudi Cardiac Centre, Hyderabad
  • Bankers Heart Institute, Vadodara
  • Dhakan Cardiac Hospital Rajkot
  • Yadav Heart Care Centre, Rewari
  • Crescent Hospital and Heart Center, Nagpur
  • Patiala Heart Institute, Patiala, Punjab
  • Tagore Hospital Heart Care Centre, Jalandhar
  • Nova Heart Institute and Research Center,
    Bathinda
  • Global Heart Super Speciality Hospital,
    Ludhiana, Punjab

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What is the cost of Pacemaker Surgery in India?
  • Cost of pacemaker surgery in India is very less
    as compared to the other countries. The cost of
    pacemaker surgery in India will be approx Rs. 4
    to 5 Lakhs.

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