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
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*Based on a retrospective study comparing dislodgements to Attain Performa.
†Ad-hoc analysis conducted comparing post-implant dislodgement rates between Attain Performa (Model 4298) and Attain Stability Quad (Model 4798) leads (p = 0.098, two-sided Fisher’s Exact Test). Data were collected in a similar fashion in both studies.
Helix straightens and elongates below expected extraction forces, enabling removal from the vein — similar to passive fixation leads.8
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