Cardiology and Radiology

TEMPORARY TRANSVENOUS BIPOLAR PACING ELECTRODE for cardiac electrostimulation

Temporary Transvenous Bipolar Pacing Electrode is used for cardiac electrostimulation in acute medical conditions caused by disorders in stimuli creation or conduction. It is applied until the cause of such disorder (electrolyte imbalance, acute phase or cardiac infraction) is removed or until permanent cardiac electrostimulation is implemented, i.e. single or dual chamber cardiac pacemaker is implanted. 

Endocavitary electrode is introduced intravenously, most frequently from the access through subclavian rigth vein or cervical right internal vein, less frequently through femoral vein.

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