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MyLVAD is committed to connecting LVAD recipients and caregivers from around the world.

Join us on the first Monday of every month at 7pm EST for an interactive video support group designed for LVAD recipients and caregivers. Connect with others who are affected by LVADs, make some new friends, and discuss issues that are unique to the LVAD world.

There are multiple ways that you can join the meeting.  Choose one from the list below.

Download the app

Download the iMeet app to your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Using the app is the easiest way to join the discussion. Choose one of the links below to go to the appropriate download page.

Imeet for Desktop Computer (Mac and Windows)

Imeet in the App Store

Imeet for Android

Virtual Meeting Room

Join Us Online here or using your internet browser.

   
Join us by telephone Join Us By Phone
Dial 1-404-602-9526
Audio key: 6744083360
Find alternate telephone numbers HERE
   
Problem with Imeet? If you have problems navigating the iMeet system, please visit the iMeet help page here.
   
 
Tips For Making The Online Support Group Experience Better:
  • Please use earphones to hear the audio portion of the call.
(Connect the earphones to your computer or mobile device and DO NOT use external speakers).
  • Please mute your microphone until you are ready to speak.
(We would love to know what you like to watch on TV, we just don't want to hear it!)
  • Please only take up one seat.
Support sessions allow a limited number of participants through any type of access, so if you are joining us online, but using audio through your phone, please have the service call you after you enter the room online (you will be prompted to do that once you join the meeting).
 
Please do not hesitate to contact MyLVAD at info@mylvad.com with any questions or comments you may have about the online support groups. See (or hear) you there!

Comments

After a massive heart attack at the end of 2008, I was fitted with a Ventrassist LVAD in January 2009 at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, England.
Does anyone else anywhere have a Ventrassist still?
Mine has functioned perfectly for the 7 years. My only problems have been with medication and the pacemaker/defibrillator that I have fitted.
I would be keen to hear from anyone else who has a Ventrassist, or has experience of it.

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