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Attain Stability™ Quad is designed with active fixation and quadripolar lead technology to allow for precise placement and secure fixation during implant. This design provides more flexibility in pacing location and reduces the risk of lead dislodgement.1Download Brochure
Watch how Attain Stability Quad gives you more options for precise and secure lead placement in
non-apical pacing locations.
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Helix straightens and elongates below expected extraction forces, enabling removal from the vein — similar to passive fixation leads.8
Attain Stability Quad
52 reported extractions, longest 14–15 months
Implant Duration Prior to Explants
Bipolar LV Lead with Side Helix (OUS)*
30 reported extractions, longest 46–47 months
Implant Duration Prior to Explants
This lead is not and will never be FDA approved or available for use in the United States. This lead is no longer manufactured. The data included here is in regards to the lead's side helix mechanism, which is identical in design and function to the side helix on the Attain Stability Quad lead.
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Attain Stability Quad is compatible with all Medtronic CRT delivery tools.
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Biffi M, et al. Utilizing Short Spacing between Quadripolar LV Lead Electrodes to Avoid PNS. Presented at Cardiostim 2014 (Poster Presentation Session 56P); Nice, France.
Biffi M, Foerster L, Eastman W, et al. Effect of bipolar electrode spacing on phrenic nerve stimulation and left ventricular pacing thresholds: an acute canine study. Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol. August 1, 2012;5(4):815-820.
Biffi M, Zanon F, Bertaglia E, et al. Short-spaced dipole for managing phrenic nerve stimulation in patients with CRT: the "phrenic nerve mapping and stimulation EP" catheter study. Heart Rhythm. January 2013;10(1):39-45.
Lunati MG, et al. Long-Term Effect of Steroid Elution on the Electrical Performance of Coronary Sinus Leads for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Presented at HRS 2012 (AB10-05).
Crossley GH, Biffi M, Johnson B, et al. Performance of a novel left ventricular lead with short bipolar spacing for cardiac resynchronization therapy: primary results of the Attain Performa quadripolar left ventricular lead study. Heart Rhythm. April 2015;12(4):751-758.
Benjamin, L. Attain Stability Quad Post-market Product Performance Data —AdHoc Analysis for Marketing Materials. Medtronic data on file. January 2020.
Adler S, Kirchhof N, Thompson AE, Foerster L, Marquard KR, Hine DS. Two-year extractability of novel left ventricular, active fixation leads in the sheep model. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol. November 2017;40(11):1291-1297.
Anderson SE, Hill AJ, Iaizzo PA. Microanatomy of human left ventricular coronary veins. Anat Rec (Hoboken). January 2009;292(1):23-28.