Was told I'd get an MRI-compatible device, but didn't.
During my surgical consult, the electrophysiologist told me I'd be getting an MRI-ready device. After I came out of surgery, I was told I'd gotten the Unify Assura 3357-40Q, which is NOT MRI rated.
When you get the wrong thing in a store or restaurant, you can send it back for the right one. Not so much when it's a device that's been implanted in your body.
Can anyone offer some insight about why he might have chosen this one instead of another? Are there any comparison charts online that address the various features of common devices?
You know you're wired when...
Friends call you the bionic man.
But I think it will make me feel a lot better. My stamina to walk is already better, even right after surgery. They had me walk all around the floor before they would release me. I did so without being exhausted and winded the way I had been.