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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility and safety of a management approach that incorporates VT-ablation and S-ICD implantation in secondary prevention patients. This is a single arm prospective study with 30 patients eligible for implantation of an ICD for the secondary prevention of sudden cardiac death.
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The purpose of the MODULAR ATP Clinical Study is to demonstrate safety, performance, and effectiveness of the Modular Cardiac Rhythm Management (mCRM) Therapy System.
The purpose of this study is to determine if defibrillation threshold testing (DFT) results in myocardial injury as assessed by changes in high sensitivity cardiac troponin T (hs-cTnT). This will be done by comparing pre-and-post DFT hs-cTnT levels in these patients.
The TRACER-ICD Study will be a 60 month study (9 months preparation, 45 months to conduct the study, 6 months data analysis and manuscript preparation) in which a prospective cohort of 500 patients receiving ICDs as part of clinical care at 5 sites will be followed for up to 18 months or death, with data collected from patient or proxy interviews (baseline, in-person; quarterly, by telephone) and electronic record reviews (baseline and quarterly), including remote monitoring data. Data collected through these complementary methods will be used to describe the following aspects of patients’ clinical course:
The aim of this study is to evaluate the relation of the acute pacing threshold (volts at ‘x’ pulse width) to the chronic pacing threshold of a pacemaker/ICD lead by studying the threshold during implantation at different pulse widths (eg. Twice of ‘x’, Three times of ‘x’).
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