“Can Med Beds be used by Persons with Implanted Medical Devices?” by Member Action – 1.11.22

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Entry Submitted by Member Action at 6:26 PM EST on January 11, 2022

Can Med Beds be used by persons with Pacemakers, ICDs, and other implanted medical devices?

The excellent, recent post by Dinarmama7 (below) has inspired a discussion and query within my network for those that use Pacemakers, ICDs, and other implanted medical devices.

“For those Waiting or are in a Desperate Situation for a Medbed” by Dinarmama7 – 1.5.22

Many people having implanted Pacemakers, Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICD) and other implanted battery-operated medical devices, urgently want to use the med bed technology.  As news of the med bed technologies spreads, many more of such patients assisted by heart rhythm stabilizing devices and more, will seek the help of med beds for various other urgent health needs.

As I understand, most Pacemakers and ICD devices are manufactured with protective shields that help divert electrical energy from many interfering sources.  However, some items emitting electromagnetic frequencies such as cell phones, electric drills, engines, airport security wands, and appliances, should not be near Pacemakers and ICDs.

It is important to note that I highly advocate the use of a Pacemaker and/or an ICD for those patients who require heart rhythm assistance, They’re smart, advanced devices that provide an invaluable life line.  I’ll always rely upon my ICD, because it provides the reassurance I need to be active.  I’ve also volunteered to visit new Pacemaker and ICD patients to answer questions based on my positive experience with an ICD/pacemaker.

Those of us interested in using med bed technology, pose two, urgent questions:

Does anyone know if Pacemaker / ICD (Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillator) and other implanted medical device patients are able to use, or have used med bed or similar, advanced technology health care systems?

Does using a med bed require that an electrophysiologist doctor or nurse turn off the ICD, Pacemaker, and/or other implanted medical device before the use of the med bed therapy, then turn it on, once any given therapy session is completed?

I have urgently searched and have not been able to find information and answers to such questions at this time.  Any assistance that readers might offer will be greatly appreciated by many!

Thank you, and have a healthy, productive new year!

Member Action

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