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Medical Alert Bracelets Are Beneficial If You Have Any Defibrillator
It’s a better idea to carry an ID card or Medical alert bracelets than to not carry it. Just by the lump and/or scar, it isn't often possible to tell what kind of device is implanted, just that there is a device implanted. There are other devices deep brain stimulators, for example, that have similar physical findings as do the AICD or pacemaker, but that has nothing to do with the heart.
With that, though, it is sometimes (not always) possible to tell what kind of device is implanted once the cardiac monitor has been applied to the patient. Pacemakers have a pretty pronounced spike visible on the monitor display and printed EKG strip, and if it’s a demand pacemaker it might be possible to deduce that if the pacer spike can be seen only when the heart rate falls below a certain level. The spikes for A/V pacemakers often also have visible spikes that deflect in different directions, making these kinds of pacemakers possible to detect with the heart monitor, as well.
The AICD may not, however, and to be fair in a circumstance where the patient may need either defibrillation or synchronized cardioversion, the paramedic will use the external defibrillator anyway. They would just be careful to place their pads a couple of inches away from the device to avoid discharging into it. In that case, it won’t matter what kind of device it is. Medical bracelets can be a life-saving device as these are some of the most common yet major medical conditions. Every third person is suffering from these diseases.
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