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Patients receive first ever single-lead pacemaker implants

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Patients in Italy and Japan are the first in the world to have been fitted with Cardiac Control Systems' (CCS) Polyshape single-pass pacing lead. The lead senses and stimulates activity in both upper and lower heart chambers, allowing one lead to do the work normally done by two in a standard dual chamber pacemaker. It is suitable for use in most of the 450,000 pacemaker implants made each year and should cut surgery times, says the Palm Coast, Florida-based company.

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