Living with a Pacemaker
By keeping your heart from beating too slowly, pacemakers can treat symptoms like fatigue, lightheadedness and fainting – and put you on the path to feeling more like yourself. Your pacemaker can allow you to get back to a more active lifestyle by automatically adjusting your heart rate to match your level of activity.
Getting back to normal life with a pacemaker usually means making some adjustments. Find out how you can live a full and active life with a pacemaker while taking steps to stay safe.
Learn about getting back to your daily activities after a pacemaker procedure, including exercising, driving and sexual intimacy.
Using Household Appliances and Tools
Get guidelines for using appliances safely and learn about electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Traveling with a Pacemaker
Find tips for traveling, including airport security, ordering a Medical Device ID Card and finding a doctor.
Medical and Dental Procedures
Read how medical and dental procedures may affect your pacemaker.
Discover ways to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle – from staying active to eating right to quitting smoking.
LATITUDE? Home Monitoring
Find out how to set up and use LATITUDE, an automatic daily monitoring system that provides your doctor information through customizable alerts.
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Resources and Support
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Our patient support team is happy to help answer all your questions about living with your device.
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