I have persistent atrial fribrulation and am scheduled to have a pacemaker implanted 1/20/.
I'm 68 years old and an avid cyclist. My EP doctor has recommended a Boston Scientific PM because of its ability to measure breathing in order to raise heart rate rather than Medtronic's motion sensor since upper body movements are minimal while.
I'm wondering if anyone in PM club has a testimony to the Boston Scientific's ability to sense respiration?
You know you're wired when...
Friends call you the bionic woman.
I've seen many posts about people being concerned about exercise after having a device so thought I would let you know that yesterday I raced my first marathon since having my pacemaker fitted in fall 2004.