St. Jude Medical Pacemakers & ICDs

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Past Polls

Did you make a New Year's resolution?
How often do you get your device checked?
Where is your device placed?
Do you agree with this statement? My device has improved my life.
How likely would you be to consult a certified heart rhythm specialist via phone, chat or email to receive a second opinion regarding your health?
Did you receive a device identification card after your implant?
What do you do at airport security?
How often do you visit your manufacturer's website?
How long have you been paced?
At what age did you get your first device implanted?
Which company manufactured your device?
Does your seat belt irritate your implant site or cause discomfort?
Do you wear a medic alert bracelet or pendant?
How would you rate the 2008 spring edition of the Pulse newsletter?
How far would you travel to attend a social/educational weekend with other members?
How satisfied are you with the follow-up care provided by your doctor after your device was implanted?
How often do you think about your implantable device?


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