Our Pacemakers For Bradycardia

Medtronic Pacemaker Options

Medtronic offers many pacemaker options — please talk with your heart doctor to determine the best pacemaker option for your health situation.

Micra AV and Micra VR

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Micra™ is our smallest line of pacemakers — leaving no bump under the skin, no chest scar, and requiring no lead. Micra is completely self-contained within the heart and provides the therapy needed without a visible or physical reminder of a medical device.

Model numbers: MC1AVR1, MC1VR01

Product Details


Image of Azure MRI SureScan pacemaker

The Azure™ pacemaker is equipped with BlueSync™ technology and is compatible with MyCareLink Heart mobile app — the latest innovation from Medtronic in remote monitoring.

If Azure detects changes in your heart, it wirelessly and securely transfers your heart device information to your clinic. Azure pacemaker is safe in the MRI environment when specific conditions are met, and offers exclusive algorithms to accurately detect and reduce the likelihood of atrial fibrillation.

Model numbers: W1DR01, W1SR01, W3DR01, W3SR01

Advisa MRI

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The Advisa™ MRI SureScan™ pacemaker is the second-generation FDA-approved pacing system designed for safe use in the MRI environment when specific conditions are met. Advisa is available in single and dual chamber options.

Model numbers: A2DR01, A3SR01


Adapta pacemaker product image on white background

Adapta™ is a “physiologic” pacemaker. It waits for your natural heartbeat before delivering the pacing impulse to avoid unnecessary pacing. The Adapta pacemakers are also completely automatic, constantly adjusting their settings and adapting to meet your heart’s needs.

Model numbers: ADDR01, ADDR03, ADDR06, ADDRL1, ADDRS2

Other Pacemakers

This list does not include all of our past pacemakers. 

  • Revo MRI™ SureScan™
  • Sensia™
  • Versa™ 
  • EnRhythm™ 
  • EnPulse™ 
  • Sigma™ 
  • Kappa™ 400

Information on this site should not be used as a substitute for talking with your doctor. Always talk with your doctor about diagnosis and treatment information.