Medtronic remote monitoring of an ICD
I was verry happy with having 4 interrogations per year at our local hospital. The technician would tell me of any events that occured, time, date, duration,and the data would go to my cardiologist. I am now being asked to go to the home monitoring system. Will it now be more difficult to access this data? How will find out if I have had any incidences, as I never feel them, Also, can the settings of my ICD be changed by this remote system? Also, who detects if an "event" has occured? I can't see a person checking my record on a daily basis. I would appreciate any comments on the remote monitoring of ICDs
You know you're wired when...
You play MP3 files on your pacer.
I have a well tuned pacer. I hardly know I have it. I am 76 year old, hike and camp alone in the desert. I have more energy than I have had in a long time. The only problem is my wife wants to have a knob installed so she can turn the pacer down.