Archive for March, 2008

SanDisk Expands Market Presence in India to Better Capture Fast-Growing Mobile Phone and Consumer Electronics Markets (Business Wire via Yahoo!7 Finance)

SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK), today announced plans to increase market presence and diversify product offerings in India. SanDisk's expansion plans reflect the country's growing demand for flash memory cards that are used in mobile phones, digital cameras, and digital music players, as well as new markets, such as digital camcorders and Solid State Drives (SSDs), which replace hard drives ... [News Source]

iPods and similar devices found not to affect pacemaker function (News-Medical-Net)

Last May, a widely reported study concluded that errant electronic noise from iPods can cause implantable cardiac pacemakers to malfunction. [News Source]

Pacemakers may not be affected by iPods (UPI)

U.S. scientists found digital music players such as iPods had no effect on pacemakers or implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. [News Source]

IPods OK with pacemakers: study (CBC)

Concerns over iPods causing cardiac pacemakers to malfunction appear to be unfounded, researchers at Children's Hospital Boston in Massachusetts said Monday. [News Source]

IPods And Similar Devices Found Not To Affect Pacemaker Function (Science Daily)

Last May, a widely reported study concluded that errant electronic noise from iPods can cause implantable cardiac pacemakers to malfunction. This just didn't sound right to the cardiac electrophysiologists at Children's Hospital Boston, who've seen hundreds of children, teens and young adults with pacemakers. Their own just-reported study finds no effect of digital music players on pacemaker ... [News Source]

No threat to pacemakers from iPods: Study (New Kerala)

New York, March 30: Here is relief for gizmo-lovers with a heart condition - no, "electronic noise" from iPods does not cause cardiac pacemakers to trip, a new study says. [News Source]

IPods Found Not To Affect Pacemaker Function, Contrary To Prior Reports (Medical News Today)

Last May, a widely reported study concluded that errant electronic noise from iPods can cause implantable cardiac pacemakers to malfunction. This just didn't sound right to the cardiac electrophysiologists at Children's Hospital Boston, who've seen hundreds of children, teens and young adults with heart conditions requiring pacemakers. [News Source]

iPods and similar devices found not to affect pacemaker function (PhysOrg)

Last May, a widely reported study concluded that errant electronic noise from iPods can cause implantable cardiac pacemakers to malfunction. This just didn`t sound right to the cardiac electrophysiologists at Children`s Hospital Boston, who`ve seen hundreds of children, teens and young adults with heart conditions requiring pacemakers. [News Source]

IPods Don’t Interfere With Pacemakers, Study Shows (MedicineNet.com)

Title: IPods Don't Interfere With Pacemakers, Study Shows Category: Health News Created: 3/28/2008 2:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 3/28/2008 [News Source]

iPods Found Not to Affect Pacemaker Function, Contrary to Prior Reports (Newswise)

Last May, a widely reported study concluded that errant electronic noise from iPods can cause implantable cardiac pacemakers to malfunction. This just didn't sound right to the cardiac electrophysiologists at Children's Hospital Boston, who've seen hundreds of children, teens and young adults with pacemakers. Their own just-reported study finds no effect of digital music players on pacemaker ... [News Source]