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Remote programming

The ICM that puts you in control

Healthcare ProfessionalsElectrophysiology / LUX-Dx™ ICM / Remote Programming
The LUX-Dx™ Insertable Cardiac Monitor (ICM) System features remote programming technology and the LATITUDE Clarity™ Data Management System to help you increase efficiencies, enhance clinic workflow and continually improve results—on your terms without bringing patients in for another appointment.
 

 

How it works

Fine tune patient care, on your terms

Using the LATITUDE Clarity™ Data Management System, you can adjust detection parameters and device settings without bringing patients in for another appointment. S-ECG signal quality is so clear, you can review and act with confidence. Plus, remote programming lets you continually fine-tune detection parameters to help improve data integrity and reject false positives.
 

Step 1

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Programming changes made and saved in the LATITUDE Clarity System are reflected immediately on the server.

Step 2

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On a set schedule, the myLUX App looks for updates from the LATITUDE server.

Step 3

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If updates are available, adjustments will be applied to the ICM at the next connection with the device.
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Programming Guide

Log in to EDUCARE for a helpful chart summarizing the options to consider when adjusting programming settings in the LATITUDE Clarity System.
 

 

Physician perspectives

Shifting to proactive care in heart health

Sidharth Shah, MD, MS, FACC talks with EP Lab Digest about how the LUX-Dx ICM helps him provide more proactive cardiac monitoring. Plus, he discusses the benefits of remote programming technology during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

 
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Cardiac monitoring and COVID-19

A device clinic nurse manager and an electrophysiologist share their perspectives about navigating the challenges of managing ICM patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Distributed with permission from the Heart Rhythm Society.
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CARMEL study results

This pilot study evaluating the performance of a novel remote programming system for cardiac monitoring found that remote programming has the potential to substantially reduce ICM patient workload.
Distributed with permission from the Heart Rhythm Society.
 
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