Azure pacemaker

I am looking for people who have the Azure pacemaker. Wondering if it has lessened Atrial Fib    burden.


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by Gemita - 2019-12-05 08:21:31

Dear Tachy,

don't know if you are still searching but I came across two members with Azure PM in earlier posts:

Mike417

SNORTINGDONKEY

Maybe you could private message them if you still need info.

I also have Medtronic PM but Ensura.  I do find that my AF burden is lower now with pacing, although I have stopped my anti arrhythmic meds (Digoxin and Flecainide) which both my EP and I believed were "pro arrhythmic".  Good luck

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by tachy - 2019-12-05 08:39:09

Thank you so much for your interest and research. I will follow up on leads.

 Thank's again Gemita.

 

 

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by Sue H. - 2020-05-23 15:20:49

How does the Azure pacemaker control Afib.  I've had mine now two years. 

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by tachy - 2020-05-23 15:58:15

The claim is that Azure pacemaker can stop afib ,and cause less afib. In the 2 years you have had pacemaker, has your afib gotten better?

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by Sue H. - 2020-05-24 12:35:38

Does the pacemaker have to be programmed to stop Afib or make them not last long?  

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by Sue H. - 2020-05-25 11:23:01

Don't know of my AFib has been controlled by pacemaker but I've had no symptoms .  Again, wonder if the pacer has to be programmed to control AFib. My Dr keeps pushing an ablation or the Watchman. So I do wonder if he programmed Azure the right way. 

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by tachy - 2020-05-25 11:33:39

You would know when they check your pacemaker info. I have no way of knowing how your pacemaker was set.

You know you're wired when...

Muggers want your ICD, not your wallet.

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So, my advice is to go about your daily routine and forget that you have a pacemaker implanted in your body.