Has any of you had problems with using headphones whether its wireless or not , using bluetooth or not ?

I appreciate any input 

Thank you 


interactions are real, though I never convinced the hospital staff

by ahundredbytes@protonmail.com - 2019-09-05 03:42:52

Not with headphones, but I've had other device (external device,) problems.

I use a CPAP machine -- it's older.  And had interactions both in the hospital (with the hospital bed,) and also with my much older hospital bed -- at home.

For me the solution was simple, just knowing about the problem has been sufficient to limit problems...

Headphone interactions

by Lola62 - 2019-09-05 04:28:08

Thank you both 

I never had problems with electric bed. My mom has one and I always visit her where she lives so far it hasn't bothered me. 


by ROBO Pop - 2019-09-05 06:08:29

I've had an ICD for 13 years and never had an interference issue. But there's a simple way to prove or disprove your belief you've had interference...a download ( interrogation) of your device will show if there has been any interference. I'm certain you'll find it's all in your head.


by Tracey_E - 2019-09-05 09:24:40

They are fine- wired, bluetooth, whatever you want. As Pop said, if something interferes, it will show up in the pacing report. In 25 years I've never once had anything show up as interference. 


by IPGENG12 - 2019-09-05 18:34:35

I'm four years into have a CRT pacemaker and have never experienced any signs of interference from headphones (or for that matter any other tools, phones etc...).  You should be fine!

You know you're wired when...

You have a new body part.

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