Pacemakers

Your Boston Scientific pacemaker is designed to monitor and treat abnormally slow heart rhythms. Find out how it works, what to expect after your procedure, and how to lead a full and active life with an implanted device.

Things to Know About Pacemakers

  • Your pacemaker delivers electrical energy to pace your heart if it’s beating too slowly and stores information about your heart for your doctor.
  • Your pacemaker regularly checks its own battery and your doctor will check to see how much energy your battery has left at each follow-up visit.

How Pacemakers Work - Discover how your pacemaker works to monitor and treat dangerously slow heart rhythms (Bradycardia). 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. 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. Living with a pacemaker - See how a pacemaker may affect your daily activities, including exercise, travel and using household appliances.

 


Our Pacemakers

Download more information about your specific pacemaker model including device size and longevity.

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

 

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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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