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Attain Stability Quad

MRI SureScan Active Fixation
LV Lead

    

Precise placement. secure fixation.

fluoroscopic view of Attain Stability Quad showing the basal, mid and apical sections

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.

  1. Basal
  2. Mid
  3. Apical

active fixation and Quadripolar technology 

1. ADVANCED QUADRIPOLAR LEAD TECHNOLOGY

  • Reduces phrenic nerve stimulation with short bipolar spacing2-4
  • Improves thresholds and longevity with steroid on all electrodes5
  • Enables multiple point pacing (MPP)
  • Approved for 1.5T and 3T full body MRI scanning   

2. Unique Side Helix Mechanism for Active Fixation

  • Enables precise and secure lead placement
  • Eliminates the need to wedge 
  • Integrates a mechanical stop and adhesive backfill for prevention of over-rotation and vein tissue pinching
Attain Stability Quad's side helix and electrodes.

One Lead for multiple anatomies  

Large vessels and small vessels
Attain Performa S model 4598 representing the ability to be inserted in large vessels

Attain Performa 4598

5.3 Fr; S-shape

Attain Performa model 4298 representing the ability to be inserted in varying patient anatomies

Attain Performa 4298

5.3 Fr; double-canted

Attain Performa model 4398 representing the ability to be inserted in small vessels

Attain Performa 4398

5.3 Fr; straight with tines

Attain Stability Quad representing the ability to be inserted in large and small vessels

Attain Stability Quad 4798

4.4 Fr; single cant with active fixation side helix


Designed with extraction in mind

Helix straightens and elongates below expected extraction forces, enabling removal from the vein — similar to passive fixation leads.6

close up of the Attain Stability Quad side helix pre-extraction position

Helix pre-extraction

close up of the Attain Stability Quad side helix post-extraction position

Helix post-extraction


Safety 

close up of Attain Stability Quad side helix demonstrating it is .25 mm away from the lead body

Attain Stability Quad helix is 0.25 mm away from lead body.

  • Vessel cross-sectional analysis indicates a 1 mm average distance between a vein and the nearest artery.1  This distance was taken into account when designing the side helix.
  • The helix is positioned 0.25 mm away from the lead body — creating a 4x safety margin between the vein and artery.
  • No lead dislodgements reported within 12 months of follow-up.1

Model Specifications and COMPATIBILITY 

Product Specifications 

View Attain Stability Quad model specifications.

Product Compatibility  

Attain Stability Quad is compatible with all Medtronic CRT delivery tools.


1

Yee R, Gadler F, Hussin A, et al. Novel active fixation mechanism permits precise placement of a left ventricular lead: early results from a multicenter clinical study. Heart Rhythm. July 2014;11(7):1150-1155. 

2

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.

3

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.

4

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.

5

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); Boston, MA.

6

Adler SW, Thompson A, Sommer J, Hine D, Kirchhoff N, Foerster L. A novel active fixation left ventricular lead: extraction experience in an animal model. Presented at HRS 2013 (PO04-01, 10.5); Denver, CO.