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About Us

The company was incorporated in July 2013 with a vision to provide quality care in the field of cardiac rhythm management. In the last decade, we have served over 15,000 patients with exceptional service and work ethics. Our mission is to reach and uplift the lives of the people whom we come across. Values Drives us.

Our Solutions

We are resellers for CIED implants of St Jude Medical(now Abbott) in the field of Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM). We provide professional assistance to physicians during implant procedures and quality post implant care to patients.

  • CRM is related to correction of abnormal rhythm behaviors, whether slow or fast using permanent implantable devices.
    1. Pacemaker- for abnormally Slow Heart Rates.
    2. ICD- (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator) for abnormally fast heart rates.
    3. CRT- (Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy) for Heart Failure.
  • We are service providers for remote ECG monitoring(ELR) for Medical Algorithmics.
  • CFS - CIED Follow-up Services - for existing Pacemaker/Device patients.

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List of Clients


Dr Amit Gupta

Intervention Cardiologist
Manipal hospital : Gurgaon

I would like to appreciate Mr.Amit Chauhan for the services of pacemakers and technical support he provides to us. Whenever we need his help, he is there to bail us out.I also appreciate his expertise in the devices and knowledge about the pacemakers.

Dr Nikhil Kumar

Senior Cardiologist
FMRI Gurgaon

Kudos to Amit Chauhan and his team Rhythm Medical Devices for the excellent support for device implants for Brady and tachy arrhythmias and heart failure.I must compliment for the prompt and efficient follow up service along with a pleasant bedside manner with no hesitation for going that extra mile.

Dr Abhay kumar

Director & Senior Cardiologist
(MAARS hospital Rewari)

I am very thankful to Mr Amit Chauhan and his team for providing full support throughout the years since last more than 13 years.He never says no and always ready to support out of the way. Thanks Amit and I wish you all success in whatever work you and your team do .

Dr Anil Dhall

Senior Cardiologist
Janakpuri Super speciality hosp

The most trustworthy, dependable,energetic, knowledgeable experienced technical support for all pacemaker, ICD,CRT, CRTD procedures. Amit is always available to patients and physicians. He remains courteous,pleasant and passionately involved and brings great professional value to enhance patient care and safety. An honour to work with an outstanding professional colleague and a good human being. I wish him the very best.

Dr Vinod Sharma

VCEO National Heart Institute
New Delhi

I know St Jude & Abbott Vascular due to Mr Amit. It is his presence which compels me to use St Jude (Abbott) devices.

Frequently Asked Questioins

  • Cell phones less than 3 Watts do not appear to interfere with or damage pacemakers. However, it's best to avoid keeping your cell phone in your breast pocket on the side of the device. And, use the phone on the opposite ear, as well.

  • Some devices may need to be adjusted if your medical condition or lifestyle changes. Most adjustments are done using a device called a programmer. This is a specialized computer that communicates with the pacemaker or ICD using magnetic signals via a "wand" or loop placed over your chest where the device is implanted. Your doctor will instruct you about the schedule of follow-up visits you should keep based on your condition and type of device. Generally the follow up is scheduled at 6 months.

  • If the original leads are working properly, in most cases, they will be left in place and reattached to the new device.

  • Most device batteries will last at least 7-10 years, depending on use. After that time, the battery or pulse generator will need to be replaced. Replacing a pacemaker generator may be done on an outpatient basis or may include an overnight stay in the hospital.

  • Yes, you can travel by air with your device and drive a car, if cleared by your doctor. Airport security detectors are generally safe, but let airport security staff know you have a pacemaker/ICD and discuss the appropriate screening procedure. If selected to be screened by handheld wand, politely remind the screener that these wands should not be held over the device area for more than a few seconds. You should be sure to always have your identification card with you wherever you go. Some people with ICDs may not be allowed to drive unless cleared by their doctor. For your safety, and the safety of others, your doctor may recommend that you do not drive for 6 months after your ICD is implanted, or after an ICD discharge. The life threatening heart arrhythmias that these devices treat can cause you to lose consciousness, which is dangerous if your are driving.

  • You may be able to exercise with your pacemaker or ICD, but check with your doctor first to make sure the form of exercise you do will not damage the device.

  • At first, you may feel the weight of the device in your chest. But, over time, most people get used to it. The device generator is very small, about the size of two small silver dollars stacked on top of each other, and weighs about an ounce or less, depending on the make and model of the device. ICDs are typically slightly larger than a pacemaker. If the device feels loose or wiggles in the pocket under the skin, report this to your healthcare provider. Excessive movement can cause a detachment of the generator from the wires, or the wires from the heart muscle, and the device will not work properly. If the ICD sends a shock to the heart or "fires," you will feel this as a jolt or kick in the chest. Sometimes the placement of the ICD wires can stimulate nerves that cause the diaphragm to twitch of the diaphragm and nonstop hiccups or twitching of the chest muscles. If this happens, call your healthcare provider.

  • When you have a pacemaker implanted, stay away from devices with large magnets or magnetic fields that can be created from motors of cars or boats. An MRI is a diagnostic imaging tool used to take images of your body using magnets. Some pacemaker and ICD devices are approved to have an MRI but always talk with your provider before having this test to make sure it is safe for you. Magnetic fields can be created by other machines which could affect the normal function of your device. Avoid high-voltage radar machines, such as radio or T.V. transmitters, electric arc welders, high-tension wires, radar installations, or smelting furnaces.