Not up to par: Part II

I told the producer of the film I'm on in Israel (an old friend) that I had a PM (he was shocked) and would like to check/tweak the settings. After assuring him that I wasn't about to drop dead, they found me an EP in Jerusalem and confirmed that everything was working alright. He did make a little tweak to shorten the time between my atrial and ventricle to see if that would help. Time will tell, but I'm glad I went.



by cottontop - 2008-03-10 01:03:44

Like jessie I think it was good that you got it checked out. I also hope this does the trick. Hope the rest of your trip (work or not) goes a little more smoothly.

Take care.Amy

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by bini - 2008-03-10 08:03:43

I also agree with Jessie and Cottontop, it was so good that you got checked out!
I hope you can enjoy the rest of the time you are in Israel! I wish you the best!


by jessie - 2008-03-10 11:03:38

i hope this helps. you were right not to give up. i hope this works for you and you can enjoy also a bit of israel and do some touring. my thoughts aree with you jessie


by heckboy - 2008-03-11 02:03:33

The tricky part will be getting some $ back from my Insurance. Unghh! 700 shekels ($200) for the PM check and adjustment.

Thursday, I'm off to Petra, one of the 7 Wonders of the World. There will be some hiking involved so I'll be putting the new settings to the test.

Thanks everybody.


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