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Reveal LINQ: Medtronic’s New Miniaturized Insertable Cardiac Monitoring System

Medtronic’s new Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor is a tiny implantable device that weighs less than three grams and is far less invasive than any previous loop recorder.  The figure above shows its diminutive size compared to the Reveal XT device – it is a full 87% smaller!  The Reveal LINQ is a leadless device that

 
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Biotronik Launches Implantable BioMonitor for Monitoring Arrhythmias

Biotronik announced the European market release of BioMonitor®, an implantable cardiac device designed for the highly accurate and reliable monitoring and management of patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) or unexplained syncope. According to Biotronik’s press release: “BioMonitor® is a subcutaneous implantable leadless cardiac monitor for the long-term continuous remote monitoring of patients with arrhythmias such as

 
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Medtronic’s Chronicle Implantable Hemodynamic Monitor for Heart Failure Monitoring

Image Credit: Medtronic The Medtronic Chronicle implantable hemodynamic monitor used a specialized RV lead/sensor.  The device was able to monitor and telemeter: Systolic and diastolic pressure Estimated pulmonary artery diastolic pressure RV dp/dt (positive & negative) Heart rate & activity Core body temperature Continuous remote monitoring

 
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Transoma’s Sleuth Implantable Wireless ECG Monitor

Transoma was the name that Data Sciences International of St Paul, MN adopted in 2003 when it re-fucused its animal telemetry implant business to develop an implantable wireless system to capture electrocardiogram data for diagnosing human cardiac arrhythmias, as well as to monitor the electrical activity of the heart and transmit data from the patient’s home

 
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