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What are temporary pacing leads?

Temporary leads are used in more than 350,000 procedures each year, a number that is growing rapidly as the population ages and transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) becomes increasingly common. The temporary pacing lead, a small catheter with two electrodes, is placed in the right ventricle of the heart through a vein in the groin or neck. The lead is then connected to an external pacemaker allowing a physician to monitor and control a patient’s heart rate for up to several days.

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