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Chasing The Thril: Can You Ride Roller Coasters With A Pacemaker?

Jul 15, 2023539 Views

Almost everyone who loves amusement parks has a favorite ride. And if you’re a roller coaster fanatic, then you fit right into the statistic. About 90% of people choose roller coasters as their go-to ride. However, if you suffer from a heart condition, most thrill rides can become unavailable to you, casting you out of […]

How To Get Started With Remote Cardiac Monitoring

Jul 4, 2023538 Views

What is remote cardiac monitoring? Remote cardiac monitoring (RCM) is a method of monitoring heart activity using sensors that are worn by the patient. RCM can be used to detect and diagnose arrhythmias. It can also be used to monitor the effects of treatments for arrhythmias. RCM is usually performed in a hospital setting, but […]

How Exactly Does A Defibrillator Work?

Jun 30, 2023198 Views

If you are a fan of medical dramas, you’re probably aware of the classic tool of revival: a defibrillator. Yes, we’re talking about those current-filled electrodes that can jolt a dying person back to life, and all it takes is shouting, “1… 2… 3… CLEAR!” Unfortunately, though, real life is not as dramatic as shown […]

Heart Disease & Remote Cardiac Monitoring

Jun 2, 2023935 Views

Heart disease is a treatable and preventable disease. However, data shows the leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease. The tetralogy of Fallot accounts for one death in every four people. Records show more than 600,000 people die every year from heart disease.  As stated, Atrial Septal Defects can be prevented […]

From Dusk till Dawn: Navigating Atrial Fibrillation Symptoms at Night

May 30, 2023468 Views

Do you find yourself waking up completely tired and worn out every morning, unable to carry out your daily routine? If so, you’re not alone. There are a lot of factors behind morning exhaustion, the most common being lack of sleep. However, if you’re getting a full 8 hours of sleep but still wake up […]

The Pacemaker Puzzle: How Does It Work?

May 15, 20231142 Views

If you suffer from a heart condition, then you probably know what a pacemaker is. Although tiny, a pacemaker can help give your heart the push it needs in dire times. Typically, it’s people who suffer from heart arrhythmia who require a pacemaker transplant. But how exactly does a pacemaker work? Can you feel it […]

Living With AFib? A Pacemaker Could Be The Answer!

Apr 30, 20231133 Views

The heart is one of the most important organs of the human body. Not only do you need it to survive, but it also plays a vital role in keeping your body clean from all kinds of metabolic waste. That is why the smallest problems with its rhythmic function can be alarming. Whether your heart […]

How Does Remote Cardiac Heart Monitoring Work?

Apr 27, 2023830 Views

Remote Cardiac Health Monitoring is a technique or system which uses technology to measure things like heart rate, heart volume, and heart rhythm from a distance. This is generally done with people who are on the verge of heart conditions or are already facing heart problems. The most common method of remote cardiac heart monitoring […]

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