If the ventricles i.e. the lower chambers of a person’s heart goes into an asymmetric rhythm and stops beating effectively (cardiac arrest), then an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD), which is a pager size device is placed in the person’s chest to reduce and control the risk of dying. An ICD is a small battery device, which has electric wires attached to the heart to constantly monitor the person’s heart rate and rhythm. An ICD is placed under the skin by performing surgery, usually below the left collarbone of the patient. An ICD device has one or more flexible, insulated wires called leads, which run from ICD through the patient’s veins to reach his heart. You can call Credihealth and get to know the Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Cost in Delhi.
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What is a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)? This procedure provides detailed images of soft tissues, bones, fats, muscles and the internal organs of your body. The MRI machine uses a very strong...View More
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