Abbott Reports (AVEIR DR i2i) Study Results of Aveir Dual-Chamber Leadless Pacemaker System
- The (AVEIR DR i2i) IDE study evaluates AVEIR DR leadless pacemakers in 300 patients through 3mos. post-implant across 55 centers in the US, Canada & EU
- The study met its 3 prespecified 1EPs i.e., 98.3% implant success rate & the study also achieved the safety EPs, ≥97% of patients had successful AV synchrony which means that the upper and lower chambers were beating normally despite different types of underlying slow heart rhythms
- Aveir DR could offer new benefits for those with slower-than-normal heart rhythms & the results were presented at HRS 2023 & published in the NEJM. Aveir DR delivers electrical impulses to the heart muscle via thin, insulated wires, known as cardiac leads that restore the normal heart rhythm
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