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Can I take the MiniLinkTM Transmitter on an airplane?

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Can I take the MiniLinkTM Transmitter on an airplane?

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Airport security typically allows patients to take medical devices through metal detectors. You should check the Transportation Security Administration website for exact regulations. When in flight, CTA and FCC regulations stipulate that RF is not permitted during flight, so you will be required to turn the sensor feature off. REFERENCE: 1. While both the Guardian REAL-Time & Paradigm REAL-Time system monitors are water-resistant and designed to protect against splashes and occasional dunking, Medtronic recommends that no Guardian REAL-Time & Paradigm REAL-Time system monitors should be intentionally submerged in water.

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