Diagnosing Syncope Is Challenging. Getting Answers is Urgent.

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Half of Patients

Admitted to the Hospital for Syncope

Leave without a Diagnosis.¹

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An Average of 251,000 People Are Hospitalized for Syncope Every Year.²

ACC/AHA/HRS

& ESC

Syncope Guidelines

Recommend Insertable Cardiac Monitoring (ICM) in the Evaluation of Unexplained Syncope.3,4

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Cardiac

Syncope

Is Deadly.

Cardiac syncope can be a predictor of sudden cardiac death.5

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2X increased risk of death.⁶

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> 10% mortality rate at six months.⁶

Syncope Patients Need Answers.

They live with anxiety, fear, and depression.

Learn about Reveal LINQ ICM System
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Reveal LINQ™ ICM Cardiac Monitoring Up to 3 years⁷

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Reveal LINQ™ ICM helped William's physician find answers for his unexplained syncope.

3.6%

More Likely to Reach a Diagnosis with ICM vs. Standard of Care⁴

ACC/AHA/HRS & ESC Guidelines

Recommend Early Use of ICM in the Evaluation of Syncope

ACC/AHA/HRS 2017 Guidelines

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ESC 2018 Guidelines

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Choose the Right Monitor

For the Right Patient.

Choose a diagnostic monitor based on frequency of symptoms.

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Continue Monitoring. Get to the Answer.

If initial monitoring is non-diagnostic, keep looking with Reveal LINQ ICM.

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20% of Syncope Diagnosed with Reveal™ ICM Occurred after 2 years10

Select Reveal LINQ for up to 3 years cardiac monitoring.

References

1

Mendu ML, McAvay G, Lampert R, Stoehr J, Tinetti ME. Yield of diagnostic tests in evaluating syncopal episodes in older patients. Arch Intern Med. July 27, 2009;169(14):1299-1305.

2

Data obtained from CDC National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS) from the years 2008-2014.

3

Shen WK, Sheldon RS, Benditt DG, et al. 2017 ACC/AHA/HRS Guideline for the Evaluation and Management of Patients With Syncope: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Practice Guidelines, and the Heart Rhythm Society. J Am Coll Cardiol. August 1, 2017;70(5):e39-e110.

4

Brignole M, Moya A, de Lange F, et al. 2018 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of syncope. Eur Heart J. June 1, 2018;39(21):1883-1948.

5

Brugada R, et al., eds. Clinical Approach to Sudden Cardiac Death Syndromes. London: Springer-Verlag; 2010.

6

Soteriades ES, Evans JC, Larson MG, et al. Incidence and prognosis of syncope. N Engl J Med. September 19, 2002;347(12):878-885.

7

Reference the Reveal LINQ ICM Clinician Manual for usage parameters.

8

Brignole M, Auricchio A, Baron-Esquivias G, et al. 2013 ESC Guidelines on cardiac pacing and cardiac resynchronization therapy. Eur Heart J. August 2013;34(29):2281-2329.

9

NICE Clinical Syncope Guideline CG109, 2010. https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg109. Accessed April 9, 2021.

10

Furukawa T, Maggi R, Bertolone C, Fontana D, Brignole M. Additional diagnostic value of very prolonged observation by implantable loop recorder in patients with unexplained syncope. J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. January 2012;23(1):67-71.