Interferencias electromagnéticas en pacientes con marcapasos y cardiodesfibriladores implantados

  • Pablo Fernández Banizi CASMU-INCC, Servicio de Electrofisiología y Arritmias (SEA)
  • Luis Vidal CASMU-INCC, Servicio de Electrofisiología y Arritmias (SEA)
  • José Luis Montenegro CASMU-INCC, Servicio de Electrofisiología y Arritmias (SEA)
  • Daniel Banina Aguerre CASMU-INCC, Servicio de Electrofisiología y Arritmias (SEA)
  • Gabriel Vanerio CASMU-INCC, Servicio de Electrofisiología y Arritmias (SEA)
  • Serrana Antunes CASMU-INCC, Servicio de Electrofisiología y Arritmias (SEA)
  • Daniel Fiandra Instituto Nacional de Cirugía Cardíaca (INCC), Equipo de Marcapasos
  • Héctor Alfredo Fiandra Instituto Nacional de Cirugía Cardíaca (INCC), Equipo de Marcapasos
  • Diego Lupano Instituto Nacional de Cirugía Cardíaca (INCC), Equipo de Marcapasos
  • Orestes Fiandra Instituto Nacional de Cirugía Cardíaca (INCC), Equipo de Marcapasos
Palabras clave: DEFIBRILADORES IMPLANTABLES, MARCAPASO ARTIFICIAL, RADIACIÓN

Resumen

Hemos efectuado una revisión de las probables interferencias electromagnéticas en aquellos pacientes portadores de marcapasos cardíacos (MP) o cardiodesfibriladores automáticos implantables (DAI), o ambos, tanto en la vida diaria como en el ambiente laboral, y también cuando son sometidos a una serie de exámenes y procedimientos terapéuticos en un ambiente médico. Dada la gran cantidad de señales electromagnéticas que nos rodean, los probables problemas son mínimos, pudiéndose aun disminuirlos en un mayor rango con una correcta educación del paciente y de los médicos no habituados al manejo de pacientes portadores de estos sistemas. Un trabajo en conjunto, con pautas claras, entre los cardiólogos electrofisiólogos o marcapasistas y los demás colegas de disciplinas diferentes, redundaría en un beneficio para el paciente, disminuyendo al mínimo los problemas que las interferencias electromagnéticas puedan causar en estos pacientes.

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2004-08-31
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Fernández Banizi P, Vidal L, Montenegro JL, Banina Aguerre D, Vanerio G, Antunes S, Fiandra D, Fiandra HA, Lupano D, Fiandra O. Interferencias electromagnéticas en pacientes con marcapasos y cardiodesfibriladores implantados. Rev. Méd. Urug. [Internet]. 31 de agosto de 2004 [citado 26 de noviembre de 2022];20(2):150-6. Disponible en: https://revista.rmu.org.uy/ojsrmu311/index.php/rmu/article/view/921
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