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    Consider it done! Thinking of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreadnut View Post
    So while I was exercising at pulmonary rehab they discovered my heart is in an a-fib condition, where the top and bottom chambers are basically beating to the sound of their own drummers. This Tuesday afternoon they're going to look for blood clots in my heart through an esophageal echocardiogram, and if there are no clots they will essentially jump-start my heart to bring it back into proper rhythm. If they find blood clots we'll have to work on dissolving them before proceeding; they don't want to shock any clots into my bloodstream where they could cause a stroke.

    Anyway, this is planned as an outpatient procedure with light sedation. My good friend Dr. Ron will be my anesthesiologist; I'm happy about that.

    Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers at 130 pm this week Tuesday, Mar 12.
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    Thanks for all the well wishes!

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    Best wishes to you! My dad for instance got a pacemaker just recently. It was an easy little surgery and he has no problems at all now.
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    I'll keep a good thought for you tomorrow, dread!
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    Wishing you the best outcome with the procedure! I'll be thinking of you.
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    Dread, amigo, my sister in law had a real problem. They converted her and she wouldn't stay in NSR. So they did the nerve ablation (which if I have more trouble they'll do on me) which is like a cardiac catheterization through the femoral artery and they go in and fry the nerves that are acting up and making your heart beat out of sync. That should work but with her, it still wasn't enough. So they did a pacemaker and now her rhythm is controlled and all is well. They can fix this...... stay calm. We're here if you need us, okay??
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    Several coming your way Dred.
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