Pacemakers are small devices that use tiny electrical pulses to initiate heart activity to maintain a correct heart rate. They can also help with a range of heart rhythm-related conditions.

Internal Defibrillators

Internal Defibrillators

Internal defibrillators are small devices that are implanted into the chest. They can monitor heart rhythm and deliver a small electric shock if your heart develops a dangerous rhythm problem.

Internal Defibrillators

Heart Failure Pacemakers

Heart failure pacemakers are small devices that send charges to several chambers of the heart, to help them beat in time with each other.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

An Electrocardiogram, commonly abbreviated to ECG, is a test that monitors electrical impulses to check the rhythm and rate of your heartbeat or pulse.

Implantable Loop Recorder

Implantable loop recorders are small internal devices that monitor your heart rhythm and record any rhythm abnormalities.

Ectopic Beats


Cardioversion is a procedure for restoring normal rhythm to a heart that is beating usually too quickly or irregularly.


Electrophysiology Studies

An Electrophysiology Study is a test of the electrical activity inside your heart to determine where an arrhythmia (abnormal heartbeat) is coming from.


Cardiac Ablation

Cardiac ablation – sometimes also referred to as catheter ablation – is a procedure for treating abnormal heart rhythms.


CRT-ICD Devices

A CRT-ICD (also known as CRT-D) is a special type of pacemaker and defibrillator that enables both sides of the heart to pump in a coordinated way, helping to reduce the risks and symptoms of heart failure.