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What are the ages that people can have pacemakers?
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Dr. William Scott
Pediatrics - Cardiology
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In brief: Any age
Pacemakers can be implanted at any age including the first few days of life.
In babies and small children the wires from the pacemaker attach to the outside of the heart in contrast to most adults where the wires are passed through large veins to the inside of the heart.

In brief: Any age
Pacemakers can be implanted at any age including the first few days of life.
In babies and small children the wires from the pacemaker attach to the outside of the heart in contrast to most adults where the wires are passed through large veins to the inside of the heart.
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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Pacers
Pacers have been implanted in virtually all ages of people.

In brief: Pacers
Pacers have been implanted in virtually all ages of people.
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