what are the symptoms of a loose lead of a pacemaker?

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Answered: What can go wrong with a pacemaker

Here are some pacemaker complications ... I hope this is what you're looking for.

Answered: Pacemaker: How does Dr. decide to use a single or double lead

If my memoty serves me, a double lead pacemaker is used to make the upper chambers beat before the lower chambers. This is the way that the heart normally works. If the lower chambers are doing a really bad job, then I think that this is the reason that a double lead PM would be used. JayR

Answered: Are MRIs safe for people with pacemakers?

I'd be surprised if they were. I remember when they asked me if I ever got a metal shaving in my eye because the magnet would suck it right thru my eyelid.
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