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By keeping your heart from beating too slowly, pacemakers can treat symptoms like fatigue, lightheadedness and fainting – and put you on the path to feeling more like yourself. Your pacemaker can allow you to get back to a more active lifestyle by automatically adjusting your heart rate to match your level of activity.

Getting back to normal life with a pacemaker usually means making some adjustments. Find out how you can live a full and active life with a pacemaker while taking steps to stay safe.

Daily Activities

Learn about getting back to your daily activities after a pacemaker procedure, including exercising, driving and sexual intimacy.

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Using Household Appliances and Tools

Get guidelines for using appliances safely and learn about electromagnetic interference (EMI).

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Traveling with a Pacemaker

Find tips for traveling, including airport security, ordering a Medical Device ID Card and finding a doctor.

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Medical and Dental Procedures

Read how medical and dental procedures may affect your pacemaker.

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Healthy Living

Discover ways to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle – from staying active to eating right to quitting smoking.

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LATITUDE™ Home Monitoring

Find out how to set up and use LATITUDE, an automatic daily monitoring system that provides your doctor information through customizable alerts.

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Our Pacemakers

Download more information about your specific pacemaker, including its size and how long it lasts.


L300, L301, L310,
L311, L321, L331

ADVANTIO™ Pacemakers

K062, K063, K064


L100, L101, L110,
L111, L121, L131

INGENIO™ Pacemakers

K172, K173, K174


Resources and Support


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