Tools and other machines - update
Thanks for the responses that were given me on the use of tools and other machines. I called Guidant, now Boston Scientific and spoke to a tech who is forwarding some recent reports done by independents and their findings regarding the use of this equipment. Seems I might want to check things out if I'm around more of a mill type of shop with larger and more multiple tools running which is an environment I do sometimes find myself in. That may cause an interference. The other thing about the vibration registering as tachy beats is not the vibration of the machine but the electrical fluctuation vibration that could interfere. In terms of actual vibration, it is about the vibration and/or tugging of arms, just as in overstretching that could be a potential for damaging the leads or pulling them out. In other words NO JACKHAMMERS! :-) I don't think I'd try welding though. Once I have the reports and feel right about it I do expect to get back "on the horse" even if I have to take one little step at a time. Thanks again for the encouragement to seek better answers than I received last year. It may just pay off! ~Adam
You know you're wired when...
You have a little piece of high-tech in your chest.
99% of the time, I totally forget I even have this device.