Mini-invasive technique of implanting the first domestic wireless epicardial pacemaker with a MEMS-converter

Olga L. Bockeria, Mikhail B. Biniashvili, Tatyana G. Le, Anna S. Satyukova, Daniyar K. Zhiengaliev, Vladimir A. Shvartz
2020 Russian Open Medical Journal  
This article describes a minimally invasive surgical technique for implanting the pacemaker with a microelectromechanical system (MEMS) converter of kinematic energy into electrical energy in patients with life-threatening rhythm disorders. This kind of technique is recommended for patients with cardiac pathology who are preparing for surgical treatment of the main pathology with simultaneous implantation of the pacemaker with MEMS-converter of kinematic energy into electrical energy.
more » ... on of the pacemaker should be performed in the most energy-efficient zone of the epicardium, determined in advance by the method of tissue echocardiography.
doi:10.15275/rusomj.2020.0206 fatcat:vtymyfk3snbn3ib37ows6g63ay