Implantable Cardiac Monitor (ICM)

Implantable cardiac monitors (ICM) are small electrophysiology (EP) devices that used for long-term monitoring of a patient's heart electrical activity to detect arrhythmias. The technology can eliminate the need for a bulks external Holter monitor that requires wire leads attached to the patient. ICMs can be inserted under the skin during and office visit. 

Medtronics Reveal DX and Reveal XT ICMs are placed just under the skin of the chest and record cardiac rhythm data so a physician can diagnose the patient.

Feature | October 29, 2008 | Dave Fornell

There have been numerous new products released in the past year to enhance implantable pacing and defibrillation...

Technology | September 11, 2008

St. Jude Medical's Confirm implantable cardiac monitor (ICM), a compact device is designed to help...

News | July 14, 2008

July 15, 2008 - Medtronic Inc. today received Japanese regulatory approval for the Reveal DX Insertable...

Technology | February 04, 2008

Medtronic Inc. received FDA clearance of the Reveal DX Insertable Cardiac Monitor (ICM) designed to help...

News | December 16, 2007

December 17, 2007 - Medtronic Inc. today announced it received FDA clearance of the Reveal DX and Reveal XT, new...

News | December 13, 2007

December 14, 2007 - Medtronic Inc. announced FDA clearance of Reveal DX and Reveal XT Insertable Cardiac...

News | July 16, 2007

July 17, 2007 - Medtronic Inc. announced launch of Reveal XT, an Insertable Cardiac Monitor that features...

News | July 09, 2007

July 9, 2007- Medtronic Inc. announced the European introduction of the Reveal DX, a new insertable cardiac...

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