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    Thumbs up Survived My Heart Ablation Procedure

    Nearly 5 hours long, they did the trick. Now a few days taking it real easy with a pretty sore groin (that's where they put the machine in that goes up to your heart) and I should be on the way to total recovery!
    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    YAAAAAYYY!! get some rest, amigo: see ya on the ramp.

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    Glad to hear the good news...
    You've been ablated dude
    Mark K....

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    Great news Wayne my Pacemaker is doing its job.
    Lockheed Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockheed Bob View Post
    Great news Wayne my Pacemaker is doing its job.
    Thank goodness, being in the early diagnosed category, I was able to just do the ablation procedure! Likely *somewhere* down the road, I could be on one!

    I really need to get my legs in shape because my first knee replacement surgery is scheduled for Jan 17. I also have to begin dental restoration process ASAP as many of my teeth have been removed due to the jaw damage from radiation therapy for my cancer in 2004. I'm having difficulty chewing/swallowing solid food and I tend to inhale liquid food and get asperation pneumonia fairly frequently.

    ****s getting old aint it!!
    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    [QUOTE=AAFO_WSagar;147155]Thank goodness, being in the early diagnosed category, I was able to just do the ablation procedure! Likely *somewhere* down the road, I could be on one!

    I really need to get my legs in shape because my first knee replacement surgery is scheduled for Jan 17. I also have to begin dental restoration process ASAP as many of my teeth have been removed due to the jaw damage from radiation therapy for my cancer in 2004. I'm having difficulty chewing/swallowing solid food and I tend to inhale liquid food and get asperation pneumonia fairly frequently.

    ****s getting old aint it!![/QUOTE

    Glad to hear team Wayne is doing well, and getting the intake timing and undercarriage issues addressed well ahead of Reno 2023!!! Nobody wants a fire on startup or a gear up landing!!!

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    best of luck, follow through with your physical therapy and you'll have a good result

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    Quote Originally Posted by cragdweller View Post
    best of luck, follow through with your physical therapy and you'll have a good result
    It is really like magic, I'm breathing more easily, I can walk up and down the stairs and down the two story+ elevation change probably 3-4 hundred foot down to my shop and back up with no out of breath at all!!!

    I am truly a blessed man!

    Thank you all for your support! Means more to me than you can imagine!
    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    Quote Originally Posted by N22252 View Post

    Glad to hear team Wayne is doing well, and getting the intake timing and undercarriage issues addressed well ahead of Reno 2023!!! Nobody wants a fire on startup or a gear up landing!!!
    Turns out the magneto is in good shape but the distributor was going afu!

    Magneto surgery kind of intense, turned out well!!

    I'm really encouraged, at 70's feeling as poorly as I was, I felt like I was looking at the end! NO FUN!!!

    PARTY ON!!!!!!!!!!!!

    WAYNE'S WORLD!!!
    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    Party On, Wayne!

    Man, this is the place for all the inside news on all the best high performance parts. We have Wayne running a freshly rebuilt magneto, and Bob upgraded with an electronic ignition box.

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