Advancements in pacemaker technology have introduced smaller devices, physician-preferred shapes, MR Conditional systems, remote monitoring and increased device longevity. Abbott offers multiple pacemaker options with unique pacemaker functionality, so you and your team can determine the best pacemaker option for your patients’ conditions.

AVEIR VR Leadless Pacemaker

The AVEIR™ VR leadless pacemaker has an active helical fixation which uses a screw-in mechanism designed for long-term retrieval1,2, up to twice the battery capacity of current VR leadless pacemakers2,3 and mapping capabilities designed to help reduce the number of repositioning attempts.2,4

Assurity MRI Pacemaker

The Assurity MRI™ pacemaker is the world’s smallest, longest-lasting wireless MRI pacemaker.5* The greater longevity of the Assurity MRI pacemaker reduces the chance of potential device replacement, which means less risk for infection and complications.6

Endurity Pacemaker

Designed for ease of implant and a smaller incision and pocket size, the Endurity™ pacemaker can help reduce RV pacing and heart-failure hospitalization with beat-by-beat ventricular support.7

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*Among pacemakers < 15cc in total volume; as of February 1, 2017.

  1. Reddy VY, et al. Worldwide Experience with Leadless Pacemaker Retrievals: A Worldwide Nanostim Experience out of 9y. Presented at: APHRS 2022; Nov 18-20, 2022; Singapore.
  2. Aveir™ VR Leadless Pacemaker and Delivery Catheter IFU. ARTEN600175957
  3. Micra‡ VR IFU M991010A001 REV. B
  4. Reddy, VY et al. Primary Results on Safety and Efficacy from the LEADLESS II-Phase 2 Worldwide Clinical Trial, JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology, 2021, ISSN 2405-500X,
  5. St. Jude Medical. St. Jude Medical Research Report: Competitive Product Review: Wireless Pacemakers. No. 60082151. Rev B.
  6. Romeyer-Bouchard, C., Da Costa, A., Dauphinot, V., Messier, M., Bisch, L., Samuel, B, ... Isaaz, K. (2010). Prevalence and risk factors related to infections of cardiac resynchronization therapy devices. European Heart Journal, 31(2), 203-210.
  7. Faulknier, B., & Richards, M. (2012, December). The association of the use of the ventricular intrinsic preference (VIP™) feature with heart failure hospitalization in pacemaker patients. Presented at the XV International Symposium on Progress in Clinical Pacing, Rome, Italy.

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