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Your Patient ID Card

When you first receive your device, your hospital will submit a device-registration form to us and you will receive a temporary ID card. We will then mail you a permanent card within 30 to 60 days.

Carry Your ID Card

  • Always carry your ID card with you.
  • Your ID card includes your physician’s or clinic’s contact information. Anyone assisting you during an emergency will need access to this information. The card also provides information about MRI safety for your system.

Verify Your Information

  • When you receive your permanent plastic ID card (within 30 - 60 days of your surgery) check carefully to make sure the information is correct.
  • If you do not receive your card, or if it includes any incorrect information, please contact us.

Keep Your Information Updated

  • We’re here to help if you need to change the information on your patient ID card, including your name, address, and doctor information.

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DO YOU WISH TO CONTINUE AND EXIT CARDIOVASCULAR.ABBOTT?

CONTENTS OF THE SITE ARE NOT UNDER THE CONTROL OF ABBOTT.