It is more important than ever for physicians to monitor
and manage their heart failure patients.
Heart Failure diagnostics, battery longevity, and remote management systems from Boston Scientific combine to offer 360-degree clinical care and reduce hospitalizations and hospital visits.
The patient's life is improved by longevity by requiring fewer replacements:
- Assuring that infection and complications are minimized
- Reducing the cost of therapy
- Enhancing patient therapy through battery optimization
- Improving patients' quality of life
EnduraLife™ Battery Technology was introduced by Boston Scientific in 2007 and has been validated by nine studies published since 2013.4-12 Boston Scientific offers the longest-lasting devices on the market.13, 14
Outperforming the Competition
EnduraLife™ Battery Technology has the largest usable battery capacity vs. Medtronic and Abbott.15
Boston Scientific defibrillators vs. competitors: after 7-year Product Performance Report data.
SMART Multi-Site Pacing (MSP)18
Based on the results of the SMART-MSP study conducted in the US with 584 patients, Boston Scientific Multi-Site Pacing is associated with improved clinical response in non-responders to CRT therapy, as well as minimal impact on battery life.
Multi-Site Pacing (MSP) has a minimal impact on battery longevity
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REMOTE PATIENT MANAGEMENT
Remote device monitoring is more relevant and useful than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic. It will help you:
- Identify clinical events and device anomalies in patients with cardiac implantable defibrillators who's in-person visit was canceled.
- Allow physicians to monitor disease progression remotely and to modify patients’ treatment appropriately (except for programming changes).
- When patients feel more empowered in the remote monitoring process, they will become more invested in improving their health. Thus, we should feel confident to use remote device monitoring for patients with cardiac implantable defibrillators during the COVID-19 pandemic.19
In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, leveraging remote patient monitoring technology will help eliminate unnecessary patient contact, while reducing the burden on in-clinic follow-up.
- "Is recommended that HF patients are enrolled in a multidisciplinary HF management programme to reduce the risk of HF hospitalisation and mortality."20
- "Remote device management is recommended to reduce number of in-office follow-up in patients."20
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HEART FAILURE DIAGNOSTIC
In the COVID-19 pandemic, and beyond, HeartLogic offers a personalised, remote heart failure diagnostic and monitoring solution. Using multiple, novel physiologic sensors with high sensitivity and low-alert burden, it’s validated to provide weeks of advance notice for detecting early signs of worsening heart failure.
HeartLogic is clinically validated to provide weeks of advance notice for detecting early signs of worseningheart failure23
Integration into clinical practice
In the MANAGE-HF Phase 1 Study24, HeartLogic is associated with:
- a 67% reduction in HF hospitalisation rate
- A reduction of N-terminal pro b-type natriuretic peptide (NTproBNP) levels
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