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thank you all for your answer  about my bedside devise. mine is a biotronic no buttons. they tell everything is ok. if anything wrong they

will advise. still need to know how it works. again thanks to all



Biotronik Website

by Marybird - 2021-03-28 12:17:58

The Biotronk website has an excellent description of their home monitor, there's an explanation of how it works, how to set it up, and answers other questions you may have. If you explore the links on that site, you can get even more information.

Here's the link to that website:




by Persephone - 2021-03-28 12:43:52

Thanks for sharing the link, Mary - very helpful.  Just FYI, Pretty - I have my Biotronik monitor set up next to bed but in the box it came in (the cord fits through the box lid just fine), so it wouldn't be staring at me and would also be one less item requiring dusting :-)

Biotronik Monitor

by Marybird - 2021-03-29 13:41:02

As I read through the various manufacturer's websites I got the impression that the Biotronik site was about the most user friendly when it came to patient information about their remote monitor, the remote monitoring program and how it all works.  The Abbott website is pretty good too ( of interest to me as I have a St. Jude pacemaker and a Merlin@Home monitor). 

Persephone, I got a chuckle over the image of your monitor sitting in its box with the cord sticking out the side, so you don't have that little green light staring at you. It's a great idea. 

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