Cardiac Pacemakers Overview
A Cardiac Pacemakers is a device designed to regulate the beating of the heart by providing electrical impulses delivered by the electrodes contacting the heart muscle. It can be a single chamber or dual chamber type.
A single chamber pacemaker is a device which has a single pacing lead placed into a chamber of the heart. This could be the atrium or ventricle. Leads and electrodes are not tracked here. One unit refers to one single chamber pacemaker.
Dual chamber pacemakers have pacing leads in two chambers of the heart. One lead paces the atrium and one paces the ventricle. This approach more closely matches the natural pacing of the heart. These types of pacemakers can co-ordinate the function between the atria and the ventricles. Leads and electrodes are not tracked here. One unit refers to one dual chamber pacemaker.
Cardiac Pacemakers – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development
GlobalData report Code: GDME0210EPD
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