Pacemaker syndrome electrocardiogram

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Electrocardiographic findings in pacemaker syndrome may include:

  • prolonged PR interval
  • VA conduction due to dyssynchrony between atria and ventricles and/or AV dissociation.
  • Single chamber ventricular pacemakers patients will have loss of AV synchrony
  • Loss of AV synchrony due to AV block and rapid atrial pacing.
  • Retrograde ventriculoatrial conduction
  • Echo beats
  • Other arrhythmias


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  1. Ausubel K, Boal BH, Furman S (1985). "Pacemaker syndrome: definition and evaluation". Cardiol Clin. 3 (4): 587–94. PMID 3910239.