My mom had a pacemaker and was advised to stay away form
any environment with high EMFs, electric blankets, cellular phones,
magnetic products, heating pads, airport body scanners etc.
I think ceragem would fall in this category, but best, get in touch with the
pacemaker manufacturer- make sure you have the mfg's card handy for model and serial numbers-, call the ceragem customer support or contact the cardiologist who installed the pacemaker ,to get their professional answers.
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