ACCOLADE™ Pacing Systems
Including ACCOLADE™, PROPONENT™, ESSENTIO™, ALTRUA™ 2
Automatic features support lead checks, AF detection and wireless remote monitoring – for the ultimate convenience in patient management.
Atrial Arrhythmia Report
Atrial fibrillation (AF) leads to increased risk of stroke and is highly prevalent in the pacemaker population.
Atrial Arrhythmia Report allows automatic screening of AF, enabling physicians to initiate treatment earlier and potentially prevent strokes.
- Assess AF status
- Determine length and burden of episodes
- Correlate patient symptoms to rates
- Assess AF treatment efficacy
- Available in-clinic or via LATITUDE NXT
LATITUDETM NXT Remote Patient Management plus Wireless RF Technology
ACCOLADE with RF (radiofrequency) telemetry improves patient compliance with remote monitoring, thereby designed to allow AF to be detected earlier.
Diagnostics for Comorbidity Management
Sleep apnea is one of the most common comorbidities in patients with cardiovascular disease. Sleep Apnea has up to 60% prevalence in the Pacemaker population1, with 80% remaining undiagnosed.1-6 [ESC Clinical update 2012] The AP Scan trend Identifies implanted patients at risk of severe sleep apnea who may benefit from further investigation and potentially better treatment.1-6
|AP Scan||Comorbidity management|
|Heart Rate Variability||HF progression markers|
|% Pacing||CRT optimization|
|Atrial Arrhythmia Report||Comorbidity management|
|Patient Activity||Monitor exercise capacity|
|Respiratory Rate||Risk of HF readmission|
|Weight & Blood Pressure||Risk of HF readmission|
RightRate™ Minute Ventilation Technology
As a patient breathes, ACCOLADE™ uses trans-thoracic impedance to measure minute ventilation. Minute Ventilation is a physiologic sensor because it is highly correlated with a physiological sign – breathing.
ACCOLADE™ with RightRate Minute Ventilation Technology can help restore chronotropic competence to better enable patients to exercise.