intracardiac lead

in·tra·car·di·ac lead

the record obtained when the exploring electrode is placed within one of the heart's chambers, usually by means of cardiac catheterization.
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However, electromagnetic interference and intracardiac lead dysfunction should also be considered.
Four days later, the complete pacemaker system, including the intracardiac leads, was removed by open heart surgery.