Fainting as a Sign of Bradycardia

A pacemaker will give your heart the boost it needs.

Most people who need pacemakers are over age 60. Their slow heart rate often is caused by a malfunction in one of the heart's electrical timers called the sinus node. This node, located in the upper right chamber of the heart, emits electrical pulses that keep the heart beating properly in what's known as sinus rhythm.
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