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Medtronic Paceart System

Medtronic Paceart System

The Medtronic Paceart® System organizes and archives data for cardiac devices across manufacturers and serves as a central repository for a patient's arrhythmia information. The Paceart System serves as a gateway through which data flows from programmers and remote monitoring systems to a clinic's electronic health record (EHR) system.

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How it works

How the Paceart System Works

The Paceart System organizes relevant patient, device and programmer information to help you meet your clinic management challenges. It also provides access to trend analysis in reports, putting it right at your fingertips, so you get a quicker read on your patient's condition and device.

The Paceart System:

  • Stores programmed device parameters
  • Summarizes patient session data into concise, convenient reports
  • Offers advanced transtelephonic monitoring (TTM) technologies
  • Creates key correspondence
  • Schedules patient follow-ups
  • Speeds records processing

You'll find the Paceart system extremely adaptable. You can configure it to meet your present needs, easily adding new devices, patients or physicians. It works within the process of varied clinical environments. As you grow, the system is sophisticated and powerful enough to advance with you.

The Paceart system helps make information from varied sources available when it's needed. Paceart enhances clinic efficiency by:

  • Automatically interfacing with remote device management systems such as the Medtronic CareLink® Network.
  • Capturing and displaying ECG traces from in-clinic 12-lead cables, as well as remote pacemaker transmitters and cardiac event recorders.
  • Importing data for commercially released devices from Biotronik, ELA, Boston Scientific, Medtronic, and St. Jude Medical.

Whatever device or programmer you're looking at, you'll see the information presented in a similar way – making it easy to quickly find what you want.

Clinic/TTM Management




For listing of Indications, Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, and Potential Adverse Events, please refer to the Instructions For Use .