SENSE Results Support Biotronik’s DX System For Atrial Sensing Without An Atrial Lead
Results of the SENSE trial showed Biotronik’s DX system, which is available in both ICD and CRT-D devices, can detect atrial high-rate episodes as effectively as dual-chamber ICDs and better than single-chamber ICDs even though it does not have an atrial sensing lead.
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