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Devices

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If have a serious arrhythmia problem, you may need one of two devices implanted under your skin: a cardiac pacemaker or an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).

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“You want to do what?” she asked.   “Because you have Atrial Fibrillation, I’d like to schedule you for an electrical cardioversion,” I said. A middle-aged woman with Atrial Fibrillation was in my office.  She was suffering with symptoms of fatigue and breathlessness.  Her heart was racing at times and it was difficult to get…

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Shawn, Community Member, commented on Electric Shock for Atrial Fibrillation:… What I can't believe is that no person out there has never felt one of…

09/13/14

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shecan010613, Community Member, posted ICD and weight loss Hello everyone, I had a Boston Scientific Automatic Internal cardioverter/defibrillator/pacer…

03/05/13

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DJRoff, Community Member, answered chest pain after cardiac… I'm in a similar boat.  I had a cath about 6 days ago, due to chest discomfort…

12/06/12

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jkern, Community Member, answered acls simulator I need EKG preparation for an ACLS class.

12/15/11

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