THE NEW MRI DUAL CHAMBER PACING SYSTEM
Advanced tachycardia recording by iECG
Haemodynamic assessment by TVI
Mobile remote control with ERMES
FLUCTUATION IN TRANSVALVULAR IMPEDANCE (TVI) DETECTED AT EVERY BEAT
Reflects structural and volumetricchanges during a cardiac cycle
Is correlated with cardiac haemodynamics
Confirms the ejection at every beatand assesses the stabilityof ventricular mechanics in tachycardia
Is suitable for long-term monitoring of cardiac performance
AN EXCLUSIVE ADVANCED APPROACH TO DETECT THE ELECTRIC ACTIVITY OF THE HEART WITH PACING ELECTRODES
The signal provides information comparable to the surface ECG
Displayed during pacing threshold analysis for capture check.
Acquired automatically during high-rate episodes to discriminate supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias.
Sinus rhythm (left hand) and AVRT (right).The morphology of the iECG ventricular complex is unchanged in SVTs.TVI fluctuation shows reduced amplitude, but is regularly present at every beat.
Non-tolerated, spontaneouslyterminated VT. TVI fluctuation is abolished in the absence of ejection and detected again as soon as sinus rhythm is reestablished. The morphology of the iECG ventricular complex is radicallychanged in VTs.
REMOTE CONTROL WITH ERMES COMMUNICATION TOOL
ERMES remote controller keeps patient and physician in touch by :
Performing fast or complete follow-up checks anywhere and anytime.
Detecting possible technical or clinical alerts.
Creating a report, including iECG and TVI tracings recorded in tachycardia or upon request.
Forwarding the report to the specified address.