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May 18, 2020

Bose Nose Cancelling Headphones 700 neodymium magnet interferes with programmable CSF shunt systems

The neodymium magnet used for “intuitive touch control” in the right ear cup of the Bose Nose Cancelling Headphones 700 headphones caused a Prograv 2.0 programmable CSF shunt located in close proximity to magnet (behind the right ear) to inadvertently over drain causing ventricular decompression without changing the setting. 

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Re: Bose Nose Cancelling Headphones 700 neodymium magnet interferes with programmable CSF shunt s...

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