Cardiac resynchronization therapy is the insertion of electrodes in the left and right ventricles of the heart, as well as on occasion the right atrium, to treat heart failure by coordinating the function of the left and right ventricles via a pacemaker or a pacemaker with defibrillator capabilities. The electrodes connect with the generator, a small device inserted into the chest wall. Like a pacemaker and ICD, this is implanted in a sterile environment by our physicians.


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