thanks for seeking an opinion from HCM.com
i would like to point out certain in-discrepancies in your question first. if ejection fraction(EF) is 35% why it has been mentioned that wall motion and EF are normal?
LVEDP is left ventricular end diastolic pressure which is the pressure being exerted on wall of left ventricle (main heart chamber
) by the blood during diastole (relaxation phase). it is a measure of flexibility or distensibility or diastolic function of heart and any increase in this will result in shortness of breath
on exertion and other consequences. there are many causes for diastolic dysfunction
like high blood pressure
, aortic valve obstruction, anginal heart disease
, obesity etc.
why an ICD is being implanted is not clear from the information you have provided. either his EF is not normal and it is indeed 35% or there is some other indication. any way, once implanted for a valid indication, it is not safe to put off ICD except for specific indications and not at all for the reason that AED is available.
you may chose to write again , as certain things are not clear from your question.