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what is cardiac re-synchronisation therapy?

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Cardiac re-synchronisation therapy: Cardiac re-synchronisation therapy restores the normal pumping action of the heart. A specific type of pacemaker is fitted under the skin of your upper chest. The device sends electrical currents to leads connected to the different parts of your heart so they contract in synchronisation with each other.
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