Electromagnetic interference and implanted cardiac devices: the medical environment (part ii) Full Text
Clinical Cardiology, 05/16/2012
Misiri J et al. – Although magnetic resonance imaging should generally not be used in patients with implanted cardiac devices, several published guidelines provide strategies and recommendations for managing risks if magnetic resonance imaging is required with no suitable diagnostic alternatives. Other common sources of electromagnetic interference in the medical environment are ionizing radiation and left ventricular assist devices.