Climbers and ICDs

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Climber
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Climbers and ICDs

Post by Climber » October 9th, 2015, 8:28 am

Hi all,

I'm new to this forum. Am wondering whether there are any other rock-climbers out there who are still climbing post-implant of an ICD? I just had mine implanted 7 weeks ago following diagnosis of Brugada syndrome. I don't have any symptoms but did have a syncope 16 years ago, no problems since and I'm not taking any meds. I would be interested in being in touch with other climbers to share experiences, discuss training and stuff like that. Thanks and stay safe everyone :)

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freckles1880
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Re: Climbers and ICDs

Post by freckles1880 » October 9th, 2015, 9:10 am

howdywelcome I am not a climber, unless you mean the stairs in my home. I am sure you will get some responses. We are glad that you found us and hope you let us know a little more about yourself as time goes on.


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Bob

Medtronic-Visia AF implanted 7-8-2016 stayed with the with 6947 Sprint Quattro Secure lead. Original ICD implant 2-4-2009. ICD turned off 10-6-17 as stage 4 lung cancer taking over.
Major heart attack, carcinogenic shock and quad bypass 10-13-08 post myocardial infarction, old inferior MI complicated by shock and CHF, combined, Atherosclerosis, abdominal aortic Aneurysm, Seroma 7 cm, left leg. Stent in the left main vein 10-7-2014

My "Wardens" are my bride of 54+ years and my daughters.

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