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    Re: A defibrilator for me

    I haven't been on the board for a while, so I'm just reading all these messages. I'm headed to Boston in a week, implant on the 20th. I was there in August for my evaluation, and then Lisa approved of their course of action. No one else in my family shows symptoms either, but I'm pretty sure my grandmother had it. She died in the 30's, so no way of knowing. Good luck with everything.
    Dana

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    • #17
      Re: A defibrilator for me

      Boz
      I just wanted you to know that a right side implant works great. I just have a pacemaker but it hasn't stoped my hunting, the only thing that is going to stop that is that I also still have a clot in the left atrium. Don't let it bother you to much I have been traveling and playing lots of golf with it there.

      I also have been in a-fib since January.


      Scott Stanley
      Scott Stanley


      Heart Transplant June 14th 2005

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