Implantable cardiac stimulators
... Sensing Assurance™ is enabled and becomes adaptive. Reduced VP™+ is enabled 60 minutes after implant. It is linked to Cardiac Dashboard II, records highlights/significant events, AT/AF, pacing summary, threshold ...
... naturally selected by the device; Ventricular Output Management is enabled and Amplitude and Pulse Width become adaptive. Cardiac Dashboard II is a highlights significant events, AT/AF and pacing summary, threshold ...
... enables after a 30 minute detection cycle. Pacing and sensing polarities are automatically detected by the device. Heart rate, AV conduction and Reduced VP™+ are histogram types provided. It also indicates rate ...
Rivacor 7 DR-T/VR-T More Life. Made Simpler Improving treatment and reducing risk for up to 15 years For patients with arrhythmias, ICD therapy can be an essential safety net, where it’s vital to minimize risk and improve quality ...
Achieving optimal response can be challenging. Our Claria CRT-Ds offer personalized CRT through diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms that tailor therapy to patient needs. These devices are safe for use in the MRI environment when specific ...
... which has helped revolutionize pacing options for CRT is leveraged by the CRT-D pacing lead of Quartet and Quadra Assura. Heart failure patients can now be better managed through the second generation innovative CRT ...
2312 Implantable Pacemaker Excellent SSI pacemaker • Physical characteristics thickness: 6mm weight: 20.8g volume: 8.8cm3 • 9 exact programmable parameters • Exact pacing threshold, P/R wave, lead impedance and battery ...
... Cameron Health S-ICD System, which is prescribed for patients when cardiac arrhythmia management is warranted. Implanted with the Q-TRAK Subcutaneous Electrode, the device detects cardiac activity and ...
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A pacemaker, or cardiac stimulator is capable of reestablishing normal heart rate in the case of bradycardia. Correction of tachycardia requires implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator.
These devices deliver electrical impulses through electrodes to increase heart rate to normal levels. Certain defibrillators also have a pacemaker function, enabling them to treat both bradycardia and tachycardia.
The electrodes enable the unit to analyze cardiac rhythm and transmit impulses in case of arrhythmia. Such devices can be implanted or external. There are single, dual and triple chamber versions, depending on the number of cardiac regions requiring stimulation. Non-magnetic models can be worn during MRI examinations.
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