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    how can i pair my defib with an iphone?

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    I very much doubt that you can. What is it that you're hoping to do with it on the iphone? As far as I know, none of the ICD companies make the data on the device directly available to the patient, and an ICD is certainly not something that patients should try to control themselves.

    Gordon
    Myectomy on Feb. 5, 2007.

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      Ya. I dont think thats going to happen. Even if you could see it. I think it only pairs with specific devices. Theres a huge security issue surrounding pacemakers and ICDs. Pairing with a consumer smart phone will never happen.

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        No you can not sync your iphone to your defib or to a pacemaker.
        Lisa
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