Adjustment put to the test
I posted a while back about getting a PM adjustment while in Israel on business. I thought about waiting until I got back to the states, but am glad I took the advice offered and made a tweek.
The new settings were out to the test this past weekend as I took a trip to Jordan and went hiking in Petra, the 2000 year old city carved out of stone and featured in Indiana Jones and the last Crusade. We only had a day there and wanted to see as much as possible and I was able to keep up with my buds as we double timed it thought the mountains. I wouldn't have been able to do it with my old settings.
For the curious, the EP in Israel confirmed that my PM was working fine. His suggestion was to try and shorten the time between the sensing of my atrial beat and the signal sent to my ventricle. It worked like a charm.
Check out the photo gallery as I'm going to post a photo or two.
Thanks again to everyone that responded.
You know you're wired when...
You can finally prove that you have a heart.
At age 20, I will be getting a pacemaker in few weeks along with an SA node ablation. This opportunity may change a five year prognosis into a normal life span! I look forward to being a little old lady with a wicked cane!