How many of us are happy with our PMs?
I was just wondering what percentage of PM recipients might be more or less happy with the way their particular device performs?
This Club is a massively helpful hub for us all, especially those with tricky heart problems and those with issues with their PMs. The level of knowledgeable technical and emotional support on offer is superb.
One understandable consequence of this is that postings tend to be dominated by those with serious questions to ask about their own health, or the less than perfect performance they are getting from their devices. This is how it should be and I am not in any way agitating for change. However, I sometimes wonder what impression casual visitors to the site would get about what might await them should they ever be offered a PM themselves: there aren't that many success stories.
There used to be a poll panel on the right hand side asking members, essentially, whether their symptoms were satisfactorily controlled by their PM. I have looked for the results of this poll, hoping to find that overall satisfaction levels were higher than a quick scan of the forums might suggest, but failed. Could someone point me in the right direction, or otherwise enlighten me?
PS I imagine that this posting will be examined for any whiff of implied criticism of this site - really, there is none. The question I posed is as simple as it looks, I do not have any other agenda.
You know you're wired when...
Your pacemaker interferes with your electronic scale.
I am very lucky to have my device.