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I work in a plate steel mill. We us large industrial magnets to move steel plate. My dr has said that i need a pacemaker but is concerned about my workplace. Info is hard to find and be difinitive. Anyone else work in environment with industrial magnets?
Christmas Greetings from a Newbie..My son gave me a Microsoft 900 wireless keyboard & I'm concerned.... The manual says keep 6" away, but you people are the Pro's... Anyone have inside poop on thi issue? Thanks. electroboy
Greetings from a Newbee... I, of course, have become watchful & wary of other electronic devices I may be around- Heck, I even wrapped Alum-foil around my "Smart-meter"(it's under my bedroom window). So when my son gave me a wire-less computer keyboard, I became a tad concerned...The owners manual says 6 inches but what do they know...? Anyone have any inside poop on that issue? thanks & Merry Christmas, Electroboy
Hello can anyone tell me if it is safe to wear a smartwatch with a pacemaker.
I have a name tag which has a very powerful magnet to keep the name tag on my person. The magnet even has a warning to keep it away from a pacemaker. Is it safe to wear the name tag on the right side of my chest, the PM is of course high up on the left side.?
Has anyone had a problem with the Fit Bit Versa 2 and their pacemaker. I saw a warning with it
I have booked a Radio Frequency facial and just discovered that apparently RF interfers with the pacemaker.
I am struggling to understand why a RF wand on my face will interfere with the PM? This is not a super strong RF as it is a beauty treatment.
Anyone had any experience of this?
I am having a precautionary nuclear ☢️ stress test .
not really because of symptoms and mostly because I think it makes sense (I've also met my deductible this year ) as I have had artery issues in the past.
ive had several tests before .... I know the radioactive tracer stuff is harmless or at least low risk .
what about the camera they use ? I think it's a gamma camera? Any concerns there for a pacemaker implanted patient ?
Has anyone uses the Disney bracelets. Do they interfere with the pacemaker ?
Although my cardiologist warned me not to go through the scanners at airports or have prolonged contact with microwave ovens or certain other electronic equipment, I´ve been wondering if there are other devices I might come in contact that might not occur to me as being harmful. Obviously I´m not going into the innards of nuclear reactors or hanging out near high-tension electric generators, but are there machines a person might occasionally, or even rarely, come in contact with t...
My new car is a 2016 Ford C-Max and it is powered by both gas and battery. Will this have any impact on my pacemaker
Earlier today I ordered an induction cook top. Its a single unit for one pot pan, etc. After it arrived this evening there was a warning about pacemakers. Now with Doctors offices closed & medtronic only open to emergency calls I have no way to cook other than a microwave until Monday.
Does anyone here know if its safe to use near induction? I know mine is safe for MRI's and I have been breifly near induction before. Had I have know about induction possibly interferi...
Can I get breast implants with a pacemaker ?
I was looking online See if there’s any type of protection I could wear when working around electromagnetic fields does anybody know anything this is all very new to me
Does a Fibit monitor interfere with the pacemaker?
We bought a SleepNumber Flexfit 360 bed & the mattress is attached to the base with magnets.
I'm now being told that I'm going to need a pacemaker...does anyone know if those magnets will interfere? If so, is there any trick to block the magnetic field?
I don't want to get rid of my bed, it was extremely expensive & it's the first bed that's allowed me to rest because of my back issues.
Is it possible/desirable to use an electric overblanket with a duvet with a pacemaker fitted
Hello, New Member Here...
Just wondering if there are any members that were or are still welding.
As in Mig, Tig, Stick, or using a Plasma Torch.
I know the CYA answer is Noo.
But I'm just wondering if anyone has worked it out?
PS, Does anyone else get a strong desire to sit or stand when using the
remote garage door opener?
I bumped my pacemaker yesterday while hugging a friend and it hurt. Now the site and everything around it hurts. If I damaged the leads or anything how would I know? And how much tylenol can I take for the pain? I just received this 6 weeks ago so I'm totally new at this. My arm pit hurts in the crease by my shoulder. Is that normal too? This is all new to me and pain is bad. Will it get better or should i go to the urgent care? I'...
At about the time my pacemaker was implanted, I developed a bad flare of psoriasis on my legs and arms. The dermatologist has prescribed UVB Light Therapy 3 times a week - approximately 10 seconds of light per treatment. I know this light is far more intense than a standard tanning bed. Has anyone had experience with this? The dermatologist says that there is no interference between the pacemaker and the therapy, but I'm always a bit skeptical when one specialist talks about how her/...