Sue Posted April 2, 2004 Report Share Posted April 2, 2004 Hi! Just returned not that long ago from our trip to the University of Michigan Cardiac Heart Center. My husband is so impressed, believe me if you knew him this is so one step forward. He is very involved with my health, and very critical of doctors. Dr. Pelosi and his staff are so knowledgable I couldn't believe it. As I posted before I was looking for someone I could see local that wouldn't have a problem working with Dr. Grubb. Hah!!! He already does!!! How lucky could I get.. He was so patient with us. My husband had a million questions, as he took his time to explain everything as so we now understand things we hadn't before. My last tilt table results, of course were positive with heart rate dropping to below 40. He strongly recommended a pace maker. I wish I would have wrote the name of the device down but unfortunately I didn't. It is kind of a holter but it is new. He has only had it available to him since January. I don't have to do anything even during an episode, it will record because it knows when to record. hmmm. This will help him to determine if a pacemaker would help. So of course my question is, does anyone have a pacemaker with NCS and how has it helped you. Of course this makes me a little nervous, so I would love any info. you could give me.As far as the florinef, he didn't feel any need to add potassium supplements or B-6 as long as I was eating a healthy diet and taking a multi-vitamin.ThanksSue Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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