Pacemakers and store security devices.

  title={Pacemakers and store security devices.},
  author={John Harthorne},
  journal={Cardiology in review},
  volume={9 1},
The ever-increasing complexity of medical device therapy and installation of public electronic security systems demands vigilance in discerning interactions that may be harmful to patients during typical activities of daily living. Premature pacemaker stimulation, isolated skipped beats, or reversion to backup asynchronous pacing have been observed during in vitro and in vivo testing. To date, no deaths and only minor inconvenience have been reported during extreme exposure of patients with… CONTINUE READING