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Bradycardia

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Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute surgeons provide state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for the entire spectrum of arterial and venous conditions, including bradycardia and other forms of arrhythmia. Our physicians are highly experienced in less-invasive endovascular procedures and are committed to incorporating new technologies into treatment plans to result in shorter hospital stays and faster recovery times. 

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Bradycardia is a form of arrhythmia in which the heart beats too slowly, sometimes less than 60 beats per minute. It occurs when the heart’s biological pacemaker – the sinoatrial node – fails to create the electrical impulses needed to make the heart beat, or when those impulses are misrouted within the heart. Bradycardia most often occurs in the elderly or in those with congenital heart defects or a form of heart disease. Severe cases of the condition can be life-threatening if the heartbeat is so slow that too little blood is pumped through the heart. 

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