Biventricular ICD

A biventricular ICD a small device used for cardiac resynchronization therapy for patients with heart failure. This constantly monitors your heart rate and rhythm and delivers small electrical impulses to both the left and right ventricles to help them contract at the same time.

Biventricular Pacemaker

A biventricular pacemaker a small device used for cardiac resynchronization therapy for patients with heart failure. This delivers small electrical impulses to both the left and right ventricles to help them contract at the same time. This helps the heart to pump blood more efficiently with each beat.

Event Monitor

A cardiac event monitor is a small portable device worn by patients during their normal activity for up to 30 days. This device is capable of recording the electrical activity of the heart in the form of an electrocardiogram (EKG) for up to several minutes. This is intended to record arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythm) that would not be found on a routine EKG or to record an arrhythmia that is so infrequent, it is not detected on a 24 hour Holter monitor.

Holter Monitor

A Holter monitor is a small portable device used to record the electrical activity of the heart. A Holter monitor is typically worn for 24 hours to record each heart beat during your normal daily activity. This is performed to detect any irregular heart rhythms that may not be picked up on a routine electrocardiogram (EKG) during your office visit.

Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD)

An ICD is a small device that monitors the electrical activity of the heart. This not only evaluates the hearts activity, but can also store the electrical events so Dr. Jamnadas can assess them. In the event a dangerously fast heart rhythm is detected, the ICD quickly delivers therapy in the form of electrical energy. This helps to regulate a normal heart rate and rhythm.

Pacemaker

A pacemaker is a small device that sends electrical impulses to the cardiac muscle. This helps to regulate a normal heart rate and rhythm.