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Cardiac Device Implantation & Management

Implantable Pacemakers

An implantable pacemaker is a device used to monitor and reset a heart that is beating too slowly. If a pacemaker detects a heart rate that’s too slow or not beating at all, it emits tiny electrical impulses that stimulate your heart to speed up or begin beating again.

To maintain your implantable device, we offer a pacemaker/ICD device clinic for follow up evaluations to ensure that the unit is working correctly and effectively. To view some of our patients’ stories, click here.

The specialists at Metro Heart & Vascular offer a full array of heart and vascular services. For more information or to schedule an appointment at any one of our six locations in the West Michigan area, call (616) 252-5950.

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