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iPacemaker Implantable Pacemaker/ICD Database for the iPhone

My friend and colleague Dr. Irit Yaniv alerted me to this iPhone app that was just released.  It is an implantable pacemaker and defibrillator database that, according to its author, displays up to 70 parameters for each model, includes battery and longevity data, and links directly to product manuals.

 
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DF-4 Connectors for Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators Enter Use in the US

The DF-4 Connector was recently introduced by a joint group of CRM companies, physicians, and regulatory agencies as a way of easing the implant of ICDs by reducing defibrillation connections from three to one and by minimizing the number of set screws.  Prior to the development of the DF-4, traditional high-voltage connector systems required up to three connections.

 
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InControl’s Metrix Atrioverter (1990-1998)

 InControl was founded in 1990 in Redmond, WA to develop an implantable device for treating atrial fibrillation.  In November 1995, InControl announced the first human implant of its Metrix atrioverter. The implantable atrioverter system consisted of an implantable atrial defibrillator (model 3000 or 3020) connected to right atrial (perimeter right atrial model 7205) and coronary sinus (perimeter coronary sinus model 7109)

 
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Cameron Health’s Leadless Implantable Defibrillator

Cameron Health was founded in 2000 in San Clemente, CA to develop a leadless implantable defibrillator. The device does not require a lead to be implanted into the heart. Instead, the device has a lead that is tunneled beneath the skin from the upper left chest below the level of the clavicle to the level of about

 
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