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Your Boston Scientific pacemaker is designed to monitor and treat abnormally slow heart rhythms. Find out how it works, what to expect after your procedure, and how to lead a full and active life with an implanted device.

Things to Know About Pacemakers

  • Your pacemaker delivers electrical energy to pace your heart if it’s beating too slowly and stores information about your heart for your doctor.
  • Your pacemaker regularly checks its own battery and your doctor will check to see how much energy your battery has left at each follow-up visit.
How Pacemakers Work - Discover how your pacemaker works to monitor and treat dangerously slow heart rhythms (Bradycardia).
After Your Procedure - Learn what to expect after your pacemaker procedure - from resuming normal activities to follow-up doctor visits.
Living with a pacemaker - See how a pacemaker may affect your daily activities, including exercise, travel and using household appliances.

Our Pacemakers

Download more information about your specific pacemaker model including device size and longevity.


L300, L301, L310,
L311, L321, L331

ADVANTIO™ Pacemakers

K062, K063, K064


L100, L101, L110,
L111, L121, L131

INGENIO™ Pacemakers

K172, K173, K174


Resources and Support


We're Here to Help

Our patient support team is happy to help answer all your questions about living with your device.

Phone: (866) 484-3268
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