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A pacemaker is a battery operated device, that is implanted in the chest to regulate the heartbeat. It is commonly used to treat conditions where the heart beats too slowly (bradycardia) or irregularly. The pacemaker generates electrical impulses to stimulate the heart muscle to contract and maintain a regular rhythm. A small cut is made just beneath your collarbone or occasionally in the abdominal region to insert it under the skin.


At our online medical equipment marketplace, we offer a range of pacemakers designed to meet various medical needs. The price of pacemakers can vary widely based on several factors, including the type of heart pacemaker device, brand, and features. We make sure that our customers can find a device that suits both their medical needs and is budget-friendly.


  • Temporary Pacemaker: A temporary pacemaker is a medical device helps to restore your heart beat. It is also used after cardiac surgery, a temporary pacemaker may be used to support the heart during the initial recovery period. They can also be used when a patient's heart rate is dangerously slow (bradycardia) and needs immediate intervention.
  • Internal Pacemaker: A internal pacemaker is a small electronic device that is implanted inside the body, usually in the chest, to regulate the heart's rhythm. It helps treat certain types of abnormal heart rhythms, such as bradycardia (a slow heart rate) or heart block. The pacemaker consists of a pulse generator and leads (thin wires). The pulse generator contains a battery and electronic circuits, while the leads are threaded through veins into the heart chambers. The pacemaker monitors the heart's electrical activity and, if it detects an abnormal rhythm or a pause in the heartbeat, it sends electrical impulses to stimulate the heart muscle and restore a normal rhythm.


Q.1 Why do people need a pacemaker machine?

Sometimes, a person's heart doesn't beat regularly or strongly enough to keep blood flowing properly. This can lead to symptoms like fatigue, dizziness, or fainting. A pacemaker is needed when the heart is not beat properly. It helps to control the heart rate and rhythm, ensuring the heart beats at a continuous and reliable pace.

Q.2. Where is the pacemaker located in the heart?

The heart pacemaker machine is generally placed under the skin on the upper chest, just below the collarbone. The leads connected to the pacemaker are threaded through blood vessels into the heart chambers. The specific placement of the leads depends on the individual's heart condition and the type of pacemaker used.

Q.3. How long do pacemakers last?

Pacemakers have a lifespan, typically ranging from 5 to 15 years, depending on factors like the type of pacemaker and how much it's used. The battery inside the pacemaker powers its electrical impulses, and once the battery is depleted, the entire device needs to be replaced.