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Figure 3: Shows the steps of the tunneling technique. (a) With a nonabsorbable suture material, take a skin bite 1 cm away from the position of the pacer lead. (b) Lift the ends of the silk to elevate two folds of skin. (c and d) Make a knot with the elevated folds of skin while maintaining the traction. This will create two layers of skin over the pacer lead

Figure 3: Shows the steps of the tunneling technique. (a) With a nonabsorbable suture material, take a skin bite 1 cm away from the position of the pacer lead. (b) Lift the ends of the silk to elevate two folds of skin. (c and d) Make a knot with the elevated folds of skin while maintaining the traction. This will create two layers of skin over the pacer lead