Insertion of Transvenous Pacemaker

Insertion of Transvenous Pacemaker

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Cardiology

The preferred route of access for temporary transvenous pacing is the internal jugular vein followed by subclavian and femoral veins. However, all the major venous access sites (internal and external jugular, subclavian, brachial, femoral) have been used and each is associated with particular problems.

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