Most Recent Messages in Interferences
I've been thinking about getting some type of Life Alert Pendant since I'm often alone and a little clumsy. Does anyone know if something like that hanging so near the pacemaker could cause interference? Does anyone here use a Life Alert Pendant with a pacemaker?
I saw this morning that because of the new magnetic capabilities of the new iphone that it comes with a warning to pacers to keep it at least 6" from your device.
I've always kept my phone away as a matter of course, but I'd be much more throughtful about it in the future should I update my phone.
Has anyone with an ICD had Lasik?? I would love to get rid of my contacts and glasses as they are starting to make me a bit dizzy. I had a consultation set up to see if I was eligible. I asked them if the machine was safe for those with pacemakers/ICDs. They asked the manufacturer and they said that it was not recommended.
Hi to all members. I have just received my PS. I have a 88 key Yamaha portable grand DGX640 which 240 supplied, combintation piano/organ and has a capacity to play many other instrument sounds. My question is Does any one know if there are head phones that are safe to use?
Sounds scary to me. The author didn't seem to be very concerned about it (or know much about pacemakers in general).
I was at the mall today and was setting off store alarm sensors left and right. I've had my PM about 2 weeks and no one had previously mentioned anything about it, just airport issues. Should I not be going through these sensors at the store. Thank you so much.
I bought my Mum a Portal a week ago and she had a dizzy spell which led to a fall. She is now in hospital due to her oxygen levels being low. I’m so worried that the Portal interfered with her PM and caused this as I have read it emites radio waves that can effect them. I am currently totally blaming myself for what has happened to her, has anyone else had an experience like this with a Portal?
Is there any problem with having a security system in your home with outside cameras interfering with your pacemaker ?
I am back at work today (working from home still).
I normally work in an industrial environment, with large transformers, lots of EMF signalling and 25,000 V uninsulated power lines.
Have any of you managed to get a more detailed document from the pacemaker manufacturers on how my employer can conduct a risk assessment on my safety at work?
In addition, if for whatever reason my pacemaker did go into a safe mode or worse - other than symptoms would the pac...
I have a pacemaker and ICD and was planning on upgrading my IPHONE 6s to the new IPHONE 12 Mini. However, after much research into the makeup of the IPhone 12 I want to share a warning to all my fellow club members.
The I Phone 12 series have the Magsafe Charger that charges your phone by attaching to the back using 18-yes- 18 Magnets. A huge increase over the older IPhones. These magnets put out a much stronger magnetic field than older models and have an increase chance of...
I am a nurse. I have been in a new position for about a year. A new floor. We do colonoscopies. I assist the doctor. So I'm standing next to the doctor at the patient's bedside. The anesthesiologist comes in to check this elderly sickly woman. Woman has a pacemaker. Anesthesiologist decides she needs the magnet applied to her chest and the code cart pads. Code cart pads are not usual and I have never seen anyone with a pacemaker have to have the magnet placed. Underst...
I have a pacemaker and my urologist has recommended a TURP operation to remove part of the prostate. What are the implications if you have a pacemaker?
I recently got fitted with a Pacemaker at a young age. Everything went well with the operation etc.
The only thing im currently worried about, is my work.
I work at a aluminium extrusion factory. We use industrial sized induction ovens to heat up the aluminium billets for further processing, there are 3 of these ovens and they are each about the same size as a small van ( Caddy etc.).
After doing some checking online, there does not seem to be that much ...
There have been posts in the past on this topic, but I want to revisit for the Sept 2020 Apple products. I am contemplating an Apple Watch (never had one before). I have found a lot of differing opinions across the internet on if it is wise to have one if you have a pacemaker. I called Medtronic, my pacemaker manufacturer and they say it is ok as long as you don't put the charger or watch near your pacemaker and sleeping with it on could cause that to happen. It sh...
I'm scheduled to receive an ICD in a few weeks and looking for a solution to a potentially career ending problem. I work in a die shop and have been told that I will not be able to be around surface grinders due to the magnetic fields around the magnetic chuck when energized. This is a substantial part of my job. Anyone else with a similar situation and is it possible to wear something over the area to shield the implant from EMI(copper)? Also whether or no...
so kind of a stupid question, but i'm getting a new bed and the bed frame is of steel and before i purchase it, i wanted to know if the steel will interefere with my pacemaker or will it be fine? anyway some feedback would be greatly appreciated :)
Anyone have any info on the Nuwave oven as being an issue to a pace maker?
My name is Santiago and i've had a pacemaker (Medtronic) for a while now but i still don't fully understand the limitations that this implies. As my cardiologist always told me, i have to keep my cellphone away from my chest and on the other side pocket of my pants, i don't know why is this but i do it anyways.
Today i've bought a fitbit that tells me my heart rate all the time but it vibrates with notifications, i wear it in my left hand and i'...
Hi everybody, I'm pretty new to this club. My little boy (10 months) has a Pacemaker fitted and is starting nursery next week. They have asked for some advice on toys that he shouldn't play with, our cardiologist said nothing electronic. Does this mean nothing at all with a battery?
Thank in advance for any advice at all.
I went to the store with my girlfriend earlier to buy an iphone 11, and the seller told us that all recent phones from any maker use induction... the last iphone without it is the iphone 7. I know that we have to stay away from induction stove, like at least 50 cm... but, what about mobiles with this new technology? If it is not connected on the charger, the induction is probably not working (and the mobile case use induction as well...!)?
You know you're wired when...
You take technology to heart.
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