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Heart Failure Remote Monitoring Can Significantly Improve Quality of Life1

If you have heart failure, it can be frightening to not know when your heart failure is worsening. What if there was a way to have your heart monitored 24/7 and avoid hospitalization?

Freedom to Live Your Life With the CardioMEMS HF System

Patient featured is an employee of Abbott.

“I believe CardioMEMS is a great bridge to help slow down the progression of heart failure and give you a quality of life back. It’s made the biggest difference in how I live my life with heart failure.”

– Avery, recipient of CardioMEMS HF System*

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Untreated Heart Failure Symptoms Can Be Deadly

Over time, heart failure (also called congestive heart failure), or a weak heart, will worsen when the heart can’t pump enough blood to meet your body’s needs. Heart failure symptoms like these can limit your activities and way of life without you even realizing it.

Signs and symptoms of heart failure can include:

Shortness of Breath

Shortness of Breath

Feeling Tired

Feeling Tired

Swelling of Feet,
Ankles and Legs

Swelling of Feet, Ankles, and Legs

Weight Gain

Weight Gain

Patients who are hospitalized just once for heart failure may die within 2.5 year, if left untreated.2

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to a heart specialist. You can see if there’s a CardioMEMS HF System trained doctor near you.

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How CardioMEMS Works for Congestive Heart Failure Treatment

A small sensor implanted in your pulmonary artery is used to take readings and sends information directly to your care team. With this information, your doctor and care team can monitor your heart’s condition and let you know if you need to make any changes to your medications or if you may need other treatments.

Placing the CardioMEMS™ PA Sensor for monitoring is a common procedure and allows your doctor to monitor the pulmonary pressure in your heart.

During this procedure, doctors access the pulmonary artery with a thin tube (called a catheter) that is guided through a vein to reach your heart.

The pressure sensor is then placed in your pulmonary artery. It is slightly larger than a dime.

You will not feel the sensor; it has no batteries or wires and will not interfere with other devices. Most patients can go home the same day it is inserted.

pressure sensor

The CardioMEMS HF System has helped more than 35,000 patients, like Bob, take control of their heart failure and live their best life.

“It makes life easy for me, so I’m grateful”

— Bob, recipient of the CardioMEMS HF System*

What Does Pulmonary Artery Pressure Tell Doctors?

Changes in pulmonary artery pressure measurements are an early indicator of worsening heart failure.3 If doctors can see these early changes, they can potentially make adjustments to your care that will help with heart failure management.

These adjustments might include changes to medications and/or lifestyle. Other signs of worsening heart failure can appear too late to prevent hospitalization or other larger adjustments to care, which is why pulmonary artery pressure monitoring can be a beneficial treatment option.3

Frequently Asked Questions


How will I know if the CardioMEMS HF System is right for me?

You will be evaluated by a heart failure specialist, which could include an interventional cardiologist and a heart failure cardiologist. There are several factors they will take into consideration when deciding whether or not you should receive the CardioMEMS HF System. Find a clinic near you.

Why should you consider the CardioMEMS HF System?

Through remote monitoring, the CardioMEMS HF System can help you live your best life by:

  • Allowing you to do your day-to-day activities with confidence knowing your care team is monitoring your heart failure
  • Reducing your chances of a heart failure hospitalization4
  • Partnering you with your care team to change treatment often before any symptoms might appear

How long does the CardioMEMS HF System last?

The PA sensor does not need a battery or replaceable parts and is intended to last for your lifetime.5

Can I have an MRI if I have the CardioMEMS HF System?

You can have an MRI scan under certain conditions.5 Talk with the doctor ordering the MRI scan to ensure that he or she knows that you have a CardioMEMS™ PA Sensor.

Is the procedure covered by insurance or Medicare?

The procedure may be covered by health insurance or Medicare. When you speak to the medical center, after they determine you are a candidate, they can help explain your coverage options.

How do I find a CardioMEMS HF System clinic near me?

You can find a clinic by using our clinic finder. Search for a center near you by city, state or zip code.

Discuss all treatment options with a heart failure specialist

The specialist can describe the risks and benefits and help you decide which option is right for you.

Heart failure specialist

*This testimonial relays an account of an individual’s response to the treatment. This patient’s account is genuine, typical and documented. However, it does not provide any indication, guide, warranty or guarantee as to the response other persons may have to the treatment. Responses to the treatment discussed can and do vary and are specific to the individual patient.

Clinics are listed in order of geographic proximity from the information entered in the locator. Abbott does not endorse any of the clinics on this locator, but merely provides them as a courtesy. Nor does Abbott represent that this is a full list of clinics in a particular location. Though Abbott attempts to regularly update the locator, the locator may not have the latest information regarding the clinic or provider, or availability of product. The clinics are included in the locator because they have ordered at least 3 CardioMEMS systems in total and at least one in the last year if an implanting center, or have requested inclusion and have managed at least 3 CardioMEMS patients in the last 12 months if a non-implanting center. The number of orders has been validated; the number of implants has not been validated. This locator includes US clinics only. No clinics or healthcare professionals (HCPs) have paid or received a fee to be listed, but some HCPs within the clinics on this locator may purchase products from Abbott, provide consulting services to Abbott, and/or may have a financial relationship with Abbott. The locator is not meant to be an endorsement for any particular clinic, nor does it represent the qualifications of the HCPs at the clinic. Abbott cannot provide medical advice regarding whether it’s appropriate for you to be implanted. 

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  1. Adamson, et al. Pulmonary artery pressure-guided heart failure management reduces 30-day readmissions. Circulation: Heart Failure. 2016;115.002600.
  2. Adamson PB. Pathophysiology of the transition from chronic compensated and acute decompensated heart failure: new insights from continuous monitoring devices. Current Heart Failure Reports. 2009;6:287-292.
  3. Muhammad Shahzeb Khan, Jayakumar Sreenivasan, Norman Lateef, Marwan S. Abougergi, Stephen J. Greene, Tariq Ahmad, Stefan D. Anker, Gregg C. Fonnarow, Javed Butler. Trends in 30- and 90-Day Readmission Rates for Heart Failure. AHA Journals. 2021;
  4. Abbott data on file.
  5. Abraham WT, Stevenson L. Bourge RC, Lindenfield J, Bauman J. Adamson PV. Sustained efficacy of pulmonary artery pressure guide to adjustment of chronic heart failure therapy: Complete follow-up results from the CHAMPION randomized trial. The Lancet. 2016;387(10017):453-461.

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