Our innovative leadless technology allows both atrial and ventricular devices to be implanted in the heart through a minimally invasive catheter procedure. A protective sleeve fully covers the leadless pacemaker during catheter navigation to reduce the risk of device damage and injury to cardiovascular structures.
PREP the patient's skin and apply EKG electrodes. Connect to the Merlin™ Programmer via the EKG cable and AVEIR Link Module.
After gaining femoral vein access and visualizing the heart's anatomy and size via imaging, INSERT delivery catheter with attached ventricular leadless pacemaker. Navigate to right ventricle and map for ideal implant site.
FIXATE ventricular leadless pacemaker, go into tether mode to assess electrical measurements, release, and then withdraw the delivery catheter.
Load the atrial leadless pacemaker onto a new delivery catheter, INSERT and navigate to right atrium and map for ideal implant site.
FIXATE atrial leadless pacemaker, go into tether mode to assess electrical measurements, finalize atrial device.
PAIR devices via i2i™ technology, assess i2i™ communication between the two pacemakers, and program dual chamber or an appropriate mode.
RELEASE atrial device, remove delivery catheter and close access.
For a more detailed workflow, refer to the AVEIR™ DR Instructions For Use (IFU) or contact your Abbott Sales Representative for training.
Misaligning and aligning the ends of the tethers allows for the loading and release of the pacemaker.
AVEIR™ leadless pacemakers are MR Conditional for full body scans using a 1.5T or 3T field strength MRI scanner.
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