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Your Boston Scientific pacemaker is designed to monitor and treat your abnormal heart rhythm. By keeping your heart from beating too slowly, your pacemaker can treat symptoms like fatigue, lightheadedness and fainting. It can allow you to get back to a more active lifestyle by automatically adjusting your heart rate to match your level of activity.

Here, you can learn about out how your pacemaker works, what to expect right after your procedure and how to lead a full and active life with your new pacemaker.

Innovative Pacemaker Technology

We are dedicated to advancing heart rhythm management technologies by creating:

  • Implants that are smaller, longer lasting and connected
  • Pacemaker and health data tracking capabilities through wireless remote monitoring systems
  • Pacemaker models that are FDA-cleared MRI compatible
How Pacemakers Work - Discover how your pacemaker works to monitor and treat dangerously slow heart rhythms (Bradycardia).
 
After Your Procedure - Learn what to expect after your pacemaker procedure - from resuming normal activities to follow-up doctor visits.
 
Living with a pacemaker - See how a pacemaker may affect your daily activities, including exercise, travel and using household appliances.
 

Your Specific Pacemaker

Download details about your pacemaker, including its size and how long you can expect it to last.

ACCOLADE™ MRI and ACCOLADE Pacemakers

L300, L301, L310,
L311, L321, L331

ADVANTIO™ Pacemakers

K062, K063, K064

ESSENTIO™ MRI and ESSENTIO
Pacemakers

L100, L101, L110,
L111, L121, L131

INGENIO™ Pacemakers

K172, K173, K174

 

Resources and Support

 

We're Here to Help

Our patient support team is happy to help answer all your questions about living with your device.

Phone: (866) 484-3268
Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Central

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