Healthcare Professionals

MRI SureScan pacing leads

for bradyarrhythmia management

Meeting the need for pacing and MRI

Worldwide, it is estimated that up to 75% of patients with implanted cardiac devices will need an MRI scan during the lifetime of their device.1 The following five SureScan™ pacing lead options allow patients to undergo an MRI under specific conditions for use when used in combination with a SureScan cardiac device.

SelectSecure MRI SureScan Model 3830

SelectSecure MRI SureScan Model 3830 is a thin and reliable lead intended for pacing and sensing in the atrium or right ventricle. In the United States, it can also be used for pacing and sensing at the Bundle of His and the left bundle branch area pacing, as an alternative to right ventricular pacing in a single- or dual-chamber pacing system. Using the SelectSite™ Catheter, this small and lumenless lead body gives physicians control for precise lead placement.

CapSureFix Novus MRI SureScan Models 5076, 4076

The electrically active helix of the SureScan Model 5076 and 4076 leads is designed to extend easily for active fixation and retract for venous passage.

The CapSureFix Novus MRI SureScan Model 5076 was the second pacing lead to be approved for use in the MRI environment. More than 3.2 million of these leads have been sold worldwide with 97.6% reliability at 10 years.2,3

CapSure Sense MRI SureScan Models 4074, 4574

The CapSure Sense MRI SureScan steroid-eluting leads with a ring-shaped tip and titanium nitride (TiN) microstructure are designed for optimal sensing and system performance resulting in better detection of ventricular Capture Management™.

Active fixation

SelectSecure MRI SureScan Pacing and Sensing Lead

SelectSecure MRI SureScan pacing and sensing lead on transparent background

Passive fixation

CapSure Sense MRI SureScan

CapSure Sense MRI SureScan pacing and sensing lead



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