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TauroPace™ – safety enhanced


In the following you can gather information about your newly implanted device, what is recommended after implantation, how to behave and what to have in mind as a device carrier.

Types of Pacemakers

The type of pacemaker you may need depends on your symptoms and the specific heart condition you have. After diagnostic evaluation, the physician´s recommendations are discussed.

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During the Procedure

A pacemaker implantation procedure may be performed on an outpatient basis or as part of a stay in a hospital. Procedures may vary depending on a patient’s condition and the doctor's practices. The entire procedure usually lasts about two hours.

During the procedure, the patient will lie flat on a table for the duration of the implantation. Arms, legs and torso will be fixed to the table. The upper chest will be scrubbed and shaved (i...read more

After the Procedure

If the procedure is performed on an outpatient basis, patients may be allowed to leave after completing the recovery process.

Patients should be able to return to their daily routine within a few days. The doctor will tell you if you will need to take more time in returning to normal activities. In addition, patients should not do any lifting or pulling on anything for a few weeks. Patients may be instructed not to lift arms above the head for a certain p...read more