Hello to all and I hope your pacemakers are doing their job. I have a Kappa 700DR and I've never had a problem with this model. I know that your putting this information about lawsuit and defective pacemakers to inform others and I'm sure it's for a good cause, but you have to keep in mind that there are a lot of young pacers that just received their pacemakers. Many of them are pretty upset by the fact of having a pacemaker implanted. Their anxiety level must be really high and they probably feel a bit confuse about all they have gone through. Please try to consider these people when posting about defective pacemakers. It's hard enough to deal with this overwhelming condition let alone here that maybe their pacemaker is not working or defective. I know that you some times feel compelled to tell someone but like Ted said please do your homework and try to give these young pacers some time to heal their body and minds. Thank you very much and God bless you all.



filing a lawsuit isn't proof of wrong

by maestro - 2007-04-12 07:04:24

Just a reminder, anyone may file a lawsuit for any reason in this country. It doesn't mean there is any validity to the claims.

Even the recalls don't mean you have a defective device, because recalls are issued for defects and situations which could prove problemmatic.

PMs are very reliable devices. Rest easy until you have a genuine cause for worry -- like the fact that the security pillars in retail stores create a problem for the PM and us.

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