Hi everyone,

i have 0 to 3 months for replacement , after this I was told there is two months built in:

when willthe insurance company approve it?

an amo Robyn was used, R—?


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by Tracey_E - 2019-02-20 11:02:51

Once it switches mode, insurance will cover it. Many insurances will cover it just before it switches, when it gets to elective replacement mode. At that point, it's still fully functional, similar to the gas light coming on in the car. I'm on #5 and have had all of them replaced before EOS.


by Jmiller - 2019-02-20 20:05:24

Just went through this.   I was told insurance would not pay till I reached ERI.   My St Jude ICD buzzed for 6 sec three times 10 hrs apart at ERI signaling I had 3 months til EOS.  I had it replaced 3 days later because the unit I had was on recall for potential rapid battery depletion.


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