St. Jude’s Identity
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Full-scale launch of the pacer line is anticipated in early 2002 following FDA approval, announced Nov. 29. A limited release will commence in December. The system, which includes dual-chamber, single-chamber, and small size models, incorporates the features of St. Jude's Integrity AFx and Integrity Micro pacemaker families, and adds additional diagnostic features including dual-channel stored electrograms, storage of information on the previous 16 Auto Mode Switch episodes, and graphic representations of the effect of the AF Suppression algorithm on atrial pacing...
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