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Clinical Evidence

2016

CHAMPION Pivotal Trial

Abraham et al.

Pivotal randomized prospective trial including 550 patients. Results showed a 33% annualized reduction in HFH regardless of ejection fraction.1

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2014

Proven Management in HFpEF Patients

Adamson et al.

A CHAMPION trial subgroup analysis of 119 patients with preserved ejection fraction (>= 40%). At 6 months, heart failure hospitalizations were 46% lower in the treatment cohort when compared with the control. This is the first study to demonstrate the CardioMEMS HF System as the ONLY proven solution for HFpEF patients.2

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2017

Synergistic Impact with Guideline-Directed Medical Therapy

Givertz et al.

A CHAMPION trial subgroup analysis of patients with reduced ejection fraction. This analysis established benefit with the combination of guideline-directed medical therapy (GDMT) and CardioMEMS HF System remote hemodynamic monitoring. Patients on “optimal” therapy tolerating an ACEi/ARB/ARNi and BB had a 43% reduction in HFH with a 57% reduction in mortality per patient-year. Patients on “partial” therapy able to tolerate at least one ACEi/ARB and/or BB had a 33% reduction in HFH with a 37% reduction in mortality per patient-year.3

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43% reduction on optimal GDMT
2017

First 2000 Commercial Implants

Heywood et al.

Large retrospective real-world study including the first 2,000 consecutive implants following commercialization. Results showed a reduction in PAP regardless of EF and that patients consistently transmitted data. These results were consistent with findings from the pivotal trial.4

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First 2000 patients
2017

Real-World Economic Impact

Desai et al.

Retrospective real-world study including 1,114 patients from a Medicare database. At one year, there was a 34% reduction in HFH and a $13,190 reduction in heart failure hospitalization costs per patient-year.5

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2019

Propensity-Matched Cohort Outcomes

Abraham et al.

A retrospective study of 2,174 patients utilizing a Medicare beneficiary claims database for propensity matching. At one year, there was a 24% reduction in HFH with a 30% reduction in mortality.6

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CardioMEMS trial results show 24% HFH reduction and 30% mortality reduction
2020

MEMS-HF European Study

Angermann et al.

First prospective multicenter CardioMEMS HF System study from Europe including 234 patients. Findings are consistent with previous studies confirming reduction in PA pressures, HFH, and improved patient-reported quality of life. The study met all safety endpoints and showed a reduction in pulmonary artery pressures with 66% reduction in heart failure hospitalizations (HFH).7

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CardioMEMS study results show 66% HFH reduction and improved quality of life
2020

US Post-Approval Study

Shavelle et al.

Prospective single-arm trial including 1,200 patients. At one year, results showed a reduction in pulmonary artery pressures and a 57% reduction in HFH regardless of ejection fraction. To date, trial exceeded the predefined 2-year safety endpoints and demonstrated excellent patient data transmission.8

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CardioMEMS trial results show 57% HFH reduction regardless of EFF and reduction in PA pressures
2019

Guide-HF Trial

Lindenfeld et al.

This is the largest prospective trial. Designed to evaluate heart failure hospitalizations, mortality, quality of life, and functional capacity. The goal is to expand device indication to include NYHA Class II-IV, and patients with elevated BNP/NT-proBNP levels or prior heart failure hospitalization.9

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3,6000 patients and expand indications

Clinical Studies Overview

 
Study N Reduce HFH Reduce PAP Increase Survival HFpEF Benefit Increase QoL Safety Adherence Med changes
CHAMPION Pivotal Study 2016. Pivotal, Prospective Study - Abraham N=550    
Real-world Study 2017. Retrospective - Heywood N=2000          
Economic Impact 2017. Retrospective - Desai N=1114              
Optimizing GDMT 2017. Retrospective, CHAMPION Subgroup - Givertz N-=456          
Propensity-Matched Cohort 2019. Retrospective - J. Abraham N=2174            
US Post-Approval Study 2020. Prospective - Shavelle N=1200  
Guide-HF 2019. Prospective - Lindenfeld N=3600 ✓ * ✓ * ✓ * ✓ * ✓ * ✓ * ✓ * ✓ *
MEMS-HF 2019. Prospective, multi-center, EU - Angermann N=234  
Proven Management in HFpEF Patients - Adamson N=119          

* Unpublished

References

  1. Abraham WT, Stevenson LW, Bourge RC, et al. (2016). Sustained efficacy of pulmonary artery pressure to guide adjustment of chronic heart failure therapy: Complete follow-up results from the CHAMPION randomised trial. Lancet, 387(10017), 453-461.
  2. Adamson et al. Wireless Pulmonary Artery Pressure Monitoring Guides Management to Reduce Decompensation in Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction. Circulation: Heart Failure. 2014;7;935-944.
  3. Givertz MM, Stevenson LW, Costanzo MR, et al., on behalf of the CHAMPION Trial Investigators. Pulmonary artery pressure–guided management of patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2017; 70:1875–86.
  4. Heywood JT, Jermyn R, Shavelle D, et al. Impact of practice-based management of PA pressures in 2000 patients implanted with the CardioMEMS sensor. Circulation. 2017; 135: 1509–17.
  5. Desai AS, et al. Ambulatory Hemodynamic Monitoring Reduces Heart Failure Hospitalizations in “Real-World” Clinical Practice. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2017; 69(19):2357–65.
  6. Abraham J, et al. Association of Ambulatory Hemodynamic Monitoring with Clinical Outcomes in a Concurrent Matched Cohort Analysis. JAMA Cardiology. 2019;4(6):556-563.
  7. Angermann, C, Aßmus, B, et al. Pulmonary-Artery-Pressure-Guided Therapy in Ambulatory Patients with Symptomatic Heart Failure: The CardioMEMS European Monitoring Study for Heart Failure (MEMS-HF). European J of Heart Failure. 2020. 10.1002/ejhf.1943.
  8. Shavelle D, et al. Lower rates of heart failure and all-cause hospitalizations during pulmonary artery pressure-guided therapy for ambulatory heart failure: One year outcomes from the CardioMEMS Post- Approval Study. Circulation: Heart Failure. 2020; e006836.
  9. Lindenfeld J, et al. Hemodynamic-GUIDEd management of Heart Failure (GUIDE-HF). Am Heart J. 2019;214:18-27.

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