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ICD Flowchart

The S-ICD system gives physicians and patients a new option without leads in the vasculature. Find out when physician's say it's the preferred device over TV-ICD.
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"I can’t even tell that it’s there. You have very minimal scarring and you can wear everything and feel confident."

Danielle, EMBLEM™ S-ICD Patient

Results from case studies are not necessarily predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

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Selecting the Best ICD for Your Patients

Listen to Dr. Jeanne Poole as she reviews several case studies and walks you through her decision-making process for choosing the right ICD for each patient. #subqtalk

When is an S-ICD the Preferred Choice?

S-ICDs are appropriate for a wide range of indicated patients. And, based on the Poole and Gold editorial article, the S-ICD System is actually preferred over TV-ICD for patients who have1:
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"Almost universally, if given the choice, the patients select the S-ICD."

Andrea M. Russo, MD, FACC, FHRS
Director, Electrophysiology & Arrhythmia Services
Cooper University | Camden, NJ

Rule Out S-ICD First

You already know the S-ICD system is suitable for primary and secondary prevention patients. And since S-ICD eliminates the complications of transvenous leads, it makes sense to rule out S-ICD first before choosing a TV-ICD.
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Shared Decision-Making
for Your ICD Patients