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Managing your patients
CareLink SmartSync™ MRI Access and MRI Verify
Innovation doesn’t end at implant.
Welcome to a better way to plan, coordinate, and perform MRI scans for your patients with compatible Medtronic MR Conditional cardiac systems.
MRI Access allows MRI departments to independently turn on and turn off MRI SureScan™ mode for patients implanted with compatible Medtronic MR Conditional cardiac devices. MR technologists can use the intuitive tool to manage scans without the need for a device expert, potentially streamlining scheduling and minimizing delays in the MRI scan workflow. The built-in algorithms determine case-by-case device settings and include fail-safes that do not allow MRI SureScan mode to be enabled if not appropriate.
MRI Access is designed with straightforward steps to enable and disable MRI SureScan mode.
MRI Access connects via Bluetooth®* to the patient connector to communicate to your patient’s device prior to and following their MRI scan.
MRI Access automatically determines and programs the appropriate device parameters required to turn MRI SureScan mode on and off. The pacing mode and rate will automatically be determined to provide the necessary pacing support for the patient. The pacing mode and rate that MRI Access programs is included in the device report in the app.
Its key design principles ensure pacing for those who need it.
It assesses your patient’s current pacing settings and heart rate to determine the appropriate settings for an MRI scan.
It sets pacing rates above baseline to provide pacing support (when needed) while reducing the potential for competitive pacing.
Simplified MR Conditional screening at medtronichub.com/MRIVerify
MRI Verify is a web-based search tool intended to assist users in verifying the MR conditionality and labeling of a patient’s implanted Medtronic cardiac system. MRI Verify users can search the MR conditionality of a Medtronic cardiac system by entering either the patient’s Medtronic cardiac device model and associated lead models or by entering the patient information in the search criteria for authorized users.
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Prajapati N. EP Algorithm Acceptance Study Acceptance Percentage. November 2021. Medtronic data on file.