EMBLEM™ MRI S-ICD System

Subcutaneous Implantable Defibrillator

Level Up with AST 2.0

The EMBLEM MRI S-ICD Automated Screening Tool (AST) takes patient screening to the next level by incorporating your feedback to increase efficiency and usability.

  • Integration with the Heart Connect™ System
  • On-Screen Instructions
  • Progress Indicator During Capture of ECG
  • Drop-Down List for Optional Postures
  • Multiple Sternal Lead Positions Within a Single Session
  • Reasons for Vector Failure
  • Filtered Signal Can Now Be Included on Report
  • Selectively Export Sessions

AST 2.0 Now Available through the LATITUDE™ Programming System, Model 3300

Applies the Vector Select algorithm that is used by the S-ICD to sense the cardiac signal designed to more closely represent
S-ICD device performance.1
EMBLEM MRI S-ICD System and LATITUDE Programming System, Model 3300 showing an AST 2.0 screen.

How to Do a Successful Screening

With the EMBLEM MRI S-ICD Automated Screening Tool, you can screen patients in 5 simple steps.2
Illustration of a ribcage showing the placement of the electrodes during S-ICD patient screening.
Place electrodes.
First screen of the Automated Screening Tool.
Click EMBLEM S-ICD Automated Screening Tool.
ECG screen of the Automated Screening Tool.
Verify a clean ECG.
Screen showing the various tests performed by the Automated Screening Tool.
Run the Test: Supine & Standing. Save, then print and/or export test data.
Report generated by the LATITUDE Programming System, Model 3300.
Review and determine acceptable vectors.

The Evolution of S-ICD Screening

Screening for S-ICD has continued to evolve to remove subjectivity while increasing efficiency and usability.  

Which Patients Should Be Screened for an S-ICD?

All ICD-indicated patients without a pacing need should be considered for an S-ICD.

 

 

Patient Comorbidities

S-ICD
Considered3,4

TV-ICD Required3,4

TV-ICD Considered3,4

Evaluating Need for Brady Pacing5-7

Brady pacing indication at implant

 

X

 

No current pacing indication, but has 1 or more of the following:

  • H/O CABG surgery
  • H/O atrial fibrillation
  • Age > 80
  • PR interval > 200 ms
 

 

X

No pacing indication at implant and age < 80

X

 

 

High Risk for TV Lead Failure8

Life expectancy > 8 years

X

 

 

High Risk for Infection9 H/O device infection

X

 

 

Prosthetic heart valve

X

 

 
On dialysis or renal insufficiency

X

 

 
Diabetes

X

 

 

Other risk factors:

  • COPD
  • Corticosteroid use
  • Oral anticoagulation
  • Class II-IV heart failure
  • Chronic skin disorder
  • Malignancy

X

 

 
High or Low Risk for ATP10,11

Ischemic or non-ischemic heart failure or ICD-indicated patient with NO history of recurrent sustained monomorphic VT

X

   

ICD-indicated patient WITH a history of recurrent sustained monomorphic VT amenable to ATP therapy

 

X

 

 

Training & Education

Explore continuing education courses, best practices modules and other training and
resources for S-ICD.

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Why S-ICD?

See how S-ICD helps protect patients at risk for sudden cardiac death
while also eliminating the risk of TV-ICD lead complications.

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Patient Selection

Learn why all ICD-indicated patients without a pacing need should be screened and strongly considered for S-ICD.

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Clinical Data

Explore clinical outcomes and
learn about the first prospective, randomized, non-inferiority clinical trial comparing S-ICD to TV-ICD.

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