SO YOUR HEART DOESN’T MISS A BEAT
Micra™ is the world’s smallest pacemaker1 and is 93% smaller than traditional pacemakers2 (about the size of a large vitamin capsule).
It is a leadless pacemaker, and completely self-contained within the heart, providing the therapy you need without the visible reminder of a traditional pacemaker.
The Micra™ design and implanting procedure can mean fewer complications, fewer post-implant activity restrictions, and reduced obstruction to shoulder movement.3
Unlike a standard pacemaker, Micra™ is implanted into the heart through a vein in your groin and does not require a lead.
Micra™’s miniaturised size and minimally invasive approach leaves no visible sign of a medical device under the skin.
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Watch this video to find out how Micra™ is designed to get you back to your everyday quicker.
Micra Miniaturisation Animation
You can rely on Medtronic as your experienced partner when you have a question around your Micra or remote monitoring solution.
00800-266-632-82 (free of charge)
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You can reach out to patient associations like Arrhythmia Alliance for further information.
Micra™ is intended for patients with specifc pacing needs. Ask your doctor if Micra™ is an option for you.
This information is designed to help you learn more about pacemakers options. It is for your informational use only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment in any manner. Speak to your doctor for more information and any questions specific to your health and treatment.
- Nippoldt D, Whiting J. Micra Transcatheter Pacing System: Device Volume Characterization Comparison. November 2014. Medtronicdata on file.
- Williams E, Whiting J. Micra Transcatheter Pacing System Size Comparison. November 2014. Medtronic data on file.
- Ritter P, Duray GZ, Zhang S, et al. The rationale and design of the Micra Transcatheter Pacing Study: safety and efficacy of a novel miniaturized pacemaker. Europace. May 2015;17(5):807-813.