the fisherman

on 1-25-08 I had a pacemaker replacement. My first one was in from 6/2000 and battery life was nearing end. Had job done at NY Methodist Hosp (in Brooklyn,N.Y.). Excellant teamwork. No need to replace wires...still good. Unit is a St.Jude as was first and (thank God) never have had a problem. A St. Jude tech was there with his little black box to hook up to me and keep me going (I'm 100% dependant) while the exchange was made. Anesthesia was great...don't even remember going out.Total time for prep, in O.R. and recovery..3 1/2 hrs.. God is good.



by boatman50 - 2008-02-19 03:02:49

Good for you Fisherman. I have had mine for about 2 years now and as others do wonder how long it will last and how the replacement will go. maybe I will luck out and have the same good experience you did!


by pat - 2008-02-19 07:02:36


Good to hear..

by cottontop - 2008-02-19 11:02:07

Your so right God is good. I am so glad to hear that everything went well for you. My favorite part is ( I don't even remember anything ) that's a blessing by itself. Take care and don't overdo.



by MHCHAMPION - 2008-02-19 12:02:44

So glad to hear how well you did. Yes, God is good!
Keep on pacing,

You know you're wired when...

You can finally prove that you have a heart.

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My pacemaker is the best thing that every happened to me, had I not got it I would not be here today.