Pacer ECF is a pacer that treats atrial fibrillation. It is a device with an external cardiac function monitor. There are three main types: the pacer with an external magnet, the one without magnets, and the pacemaker with an internal magnet.

Pacer ECF devices can be implanted in numerous spots on your body, for example: near your collarbone (subclavian), in your chest (posterior-lateral thorax), or under your armpit (axillary). The pacesetter will then send signals to different parts of your heart to help regulate its rhythm.

Pacers provide pacing therapy to patients who have bradycardia or heart block and those who need temporary pacing before surgery. It is safe and effective in these settings.
-It may be difficult for the patient to adjust the pacer’s rate manually, so pacer ECF uses wireless technology that sends accurate data from its sensor wirelessly via radio waves to a receiver that controls the pacemaker’s pulse generator. This receiver can either be implanted under the skin on top of the pector’s chest muscle or worn externally on a belt clip, making the pacer ECF pager-sized.