Aveir max rate

Long shot, does anyone know the max rate on the Aveir? I poked around on the Abbott site but didn't see it. I was suprised to see Buzbuz's comment that the Micra only goes to 130. We've been considering leadless for my next one, most likely Aveir, but 130 will not do.


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Article

by Lavender - 2024-03-21 16:57:39

This article appears to have tech info in there on this device in their application request. I saw mention of 120bpm but didn't read entire article:

 

https://mearis.cms.gov/public/publications/ntap/NTP221017AJNQH

This is interesting too

by Lavender - 2024-03-21 17:25:08

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf15/P150035D.pdf
 

 

More insight

by Lavender - 2024-03-23 14:25:58

https://www.medtronic.com/content/dam/medtronic-wide/public/united-states/products/cardiac-vascular/cardiac-rhythm/pacing-systems/micra-vr2-av2-portfolio-brochure.pdf
 

That article states:

Auto PVAB and Upper Tracking Rate

Micra AV2 offers an Auto PVAB algorithm which adjusts PVAB based on ventricular rate.

When set to Auto, the device switches from the Max PVAB to Min PVAB setting at the PVAB Switch Rate, allowing for a dynamic PVAB

To benefit patients who are active, Micra AV2 has a higher available tracking capability for faster heart rates. The shortest Min PVAB setting of 425 ms and expanded Upper Tracking Rate settings allow tracking up to 135 bpm, compared to 115 bpm on the previous generation Micra AV.

thanks

by Tracey_E - 2024-03-24 17:08:55

Thanks for hte links, Lavender. 

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