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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.9, No. 12)

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Page : 703-705

Keywords : Clinical Profile Pacemaker & Bradyarrhythmias;

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Background and Objective: The implantation of a permanent cardiac pacemaker for the treatment of bradyarrhythmia is one of the most popular cardiac interventions. The goal of this study is to look at the clinical profiles of individuals who have permanent pacemakers implanted Material and Methods: The study was conducted using observational methods. The study included patients who received a permanent pacemaker for bradyarrhythmias between November 2019 and November 2021. A thorough review of the demographic profile and indications was performed. Results: The vast majority of the 312 patients were older, with the majority being between the ages of 56 and 88 years old (75 % ). Pacemakers were implanted in more men than in women. Complete heart block was the most common ECG finding and the most common presenting symptom was syncope. The most prevalent sign of pacing was acquired A-V block, and the most common pacemaker mode was single chamber (VVI/VVIR). Conclusion: Acquired A-V block and SSS were found to be the most common reasons for pacemaker implantation in our study. Higher implantation rates were linked to advanced age and male gender.

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