Heart Rhythm Problems: How to Travel Safely
It is safe for most people with arrhythmias, pacemakers, and ICDs to travel. Riding in a car, bus, train, boat, or plane is very unlikely to aggravate the arrhythmia.
But there are easy things you can do to travel safely and prepare for potential problems.
General travel tips
For more tips, see the topic Travel Health.
If you have a pacemaker or ICD:
Airport security, pacemakers, and ICDs
If you have a cardiac device, follow these tips at airport security::
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