Depends. A usual pacmaker has one or two leads and provides beats to heart that beats too slow. A defibrillator does not do much most of the time except when a patient has sudden cardiac arrest, it provides life saving shock. There is a special kind of pacemaker called 'biventricular pacemaker' with three leads that can sometimes improve symptoms of heart failure and sometimes improve heart function.
Patient health issues cardiomyopathy, bradycardia, pacemaker-defibrillator, brain tumor, syncope episodes. Told no driving then y no DMV report?
NO DRIVING. Definitely no driving with your history. Last thing you need is an episode of syncopy and then an accident. Read more...