Thank you, looking forward to the updates here on progress hope all goes well for all here.
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In a reverse shoulder replacement, the normal ball-and-socket structure is reversed. An artificial ball is attached to the shoulder blade. An artificial socket is attached to the top of the arm bone. The large deltoid muscle that covers the shoulder is typically able to move the arm
Read your post last night and that you mentioned your battery going low, not sure what model you have but you should read the link below and check yours.
I also have a medtronics PM, that is on the list….the last time I was at the cardio docs office, not a soul there knew anything about this fda warning until I handed to them….I actually had to force them to set up mine so it reports the battery use every 30 days….If I were to see a drop on battery life I think I would have to insist on changing this out. at their expense of course…good luck hope all works out for you…..
I need to have the same procedure done, but scared to death about the pain, I had rotator cuff repair and it was the worst pain i ever had, now they say i need a reverse shoulder replacement!! please keep us updated on your progress. it would be a great help…hope all goes well and you keep up the good progress……
I have had the same problem with multaq!! i hate it and cannot deal with it. I have been on 4 different Anti-arrhythmic drugs now….trying to find one that i and tolerate…next week to see about pace maker…get well soon.