Newbie here first post so please treat me gently.
At a recent pacemaker check I was concerned that my ventricular pacing had increased and the consultant mentioned that there could be a link between this and mild mitral valve regurgitation which was found on my echo. The technicians then made some changes to my settings that have reduced the ventricular pacing. I asked what they did and they mentioned some algorithm to extend the AV delay?
I know I should have asked this whilst at the hospital, but I am now wondering if the reduction in ventricular pacing will improve the mitral valve regurgitation?
You know you're wired when...
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Try to concentrate on how youre able to be active again and feel normal, rather than on having a machine stuck in your body.