My Identity Doctor Recommends Ways to Live Safely with a Pacemaker recommends ways to live safely with a pacemaker.


Lakewood, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/14/2015 -- Worldwide, 3,000,000 people live with pacemakers implanted in their chest or abdomen. Every year, another 600,000 pacemakers are installed. Pacemakers do exactly what they proclaim – they "make the pace" for people's hearts who suffer from irregular heart rhythms. Because pacemakers involve electrical pulses, many people are concerned about what they can and cannot do in their everyday lives after a pacemaker has been implanted.

A spokesperson from My Identity Doctor suggests, "If you have a pacemaker, there are some things you can do to live safely. The first is to always keep your scheduled doctor's appointments. Doctors will detect the effectiveness of the pacemaker, as well as if the batteries are running low. Also, if your pacemaker beeps, call your doctor immediately. No matter what type of procedure you're getting done, make sure every doctor, dentist and technician around you knows that you have a pacemaker. To stay safe at home, keep at least six inches away from any devise that emits electromagnetic energy. Also, although most power tools are safe, chain saws and welders are best left to someone else. And also important, always carry an ID card or wear medical alert jewelry so those around you will know your situation if something goes wrong."

Medical Alert Jewelry for Men and for Women Saves Lives carries a large assortment of medical alert jewelry for men and women. Some of these specifically for heart patients include Heart Patient Bracelet, Hypertension Bracelet and Arrhythmia Bracelets. A pacemaker patient will benefit greatly from wearing this type of medical alert jewelry for men or for women if an issue arises and they are unable to voice their condition to medical personnel.

About My Identity Doctor
My Identity Doctor specializes in medical alert jewelry for men and women. They know that easy to read, black engraving is the most important for your safety. By wearing a medical ID tag, you are ensuring prompt, accurate medical attention. Paramedics and medical doctors are trained to be aware of medical ID tags and their existence ensures that you will be treated immediately with no risk of error or a misdiagnosis. offers extremely resistant stainless steel medical jewelry for men, women, and children that holds up to everyday wear and tear.

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Contact Person: Jon Paul S.
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