There have been several advancements in pacemaker over the past few years. This is an overview of some of the most recent advances.
The Technologies that will have the most impact on patient care can be grouped into the following areas:
• Tracking device data and patient health through wireless remote monitoring systems.
• Models that are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-safe.
• Longer battery life and technology to help reduce pacing requirements to conserve battery power.
• New data recording functionality to provide more information on patient health and device status; and
• The introduction of single-chamber, transcatheter-delivered, leadless pacemaker systems.
About 3 million people worldwide are living with a pacemaker, and each year about 400,000 pacemakers are implanted to treat bradycardia patients.
Temporary external pacemaker is intended to be used in conjunction with a cardiac pacing lead system for temporary atrial or ventricular pacing in a clinical environment by trained personnel. The temporary pacemaker can be used where short-term demand (synchronous) or asynchronous pacing is indicated for therapeutic, prophylactic, or diagnostic purposes.
The temporary pacemaker must be used in an environment where the patient is monitored continuously to ensure that it is operating properly and delivering appropriate therapy to the patient.
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