Pacemaker Offers Small Size, Wireless Monitoring

 

May 13, 2010

Twenty percent smaller than than previously released Biotronik pacemakers, the Evia offers integrated, wireless, remote monitoring capabilities.

Evia allows for easier patient management with integration into the Biotronik Home Monitoring system. The system monitors, stores data, and provides physicians with early alerts of cardiac events. Using the system, device data can be transmitted via cellular networks to perform a complete remote follow-up.
The company said the pacemaker components are designed for full automation, eliminating human touch and minimizing room for human error.

Evia includes Biotronik’s proprietary closed loop stimulation (CLS), a physiologic rate regulation algorithm. CLS integrates into the natural cardiovascular loop by measuring changes in myocardial contraction dynamics and translating them into appropriate heart rate regulation, emulating a healthy sinus node, the human heart’s natural pacemaker. CLS also provides a regulation algorithm to pace effectively during periods of acute mental stress. Intrinsic optimization (I-Opt), a one-button programming solution, optimizes AV delay with AV hysteresis (up to 400 ms) to minimize right ventricular pacing.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the pacemaker in May 2010.

For more information: www.biotronik.com

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