Etrinsa 8 HF-T


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Etrinsa 8 HF-T
Etrinsa 8 CRT pacemaker with remote monitoring
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Etrinsa 8 HF-T
Etrinsa 8 CRT pacemaker with remote monitoring
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Epyra 8 HF-T
Etrinsa 8 CRT pacemaker with remote monitoring
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Etrinsa 8 HF-T
Etrinsa 8 CRT pacemaker with remote monitoring
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Etrinsa 8 HF-T
Etrinsa 8 CRT pacemaker with remote monitoring
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Epyra 8 HF-T
Etrinsa 8 CRT pacemaker with remote monitoring

Etrinsa 8 HF-T

Bringing Quality to Life

The Etrinsa pacemaker family is BIOTRONIK’s state-of-the-art pacing system providing wandless telemetry communication, intended to simplify implantation and follow-up procedures. The Etrinsa HF-T Pacemaker (CRT-Ps) is indicated for patients who have moderate to severe heart failure (NYHA Class III/IV), including left ventricular dysfunction (EF≤ 35%) and QRS ≥ 120 ms and remain symptomatic despite stable, optimal heart failure drug therapy.


Key facts
  • BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring enables wireless patient monitoring, including event-triggered IEGMs, for the early detection of clinical and device-related events
  • The only HF-T pacemaker with options for physiologically appropriate rate response
  • More features available to maximize CRT therapy
  • TrendView displays channels' electrical trends over the last 240 days, allowing the user to check the system's stability over time
  • Capture Control (RA, RV & LV) automatically adjusts pacing amplitudes for effective CRT therapy
  • Convenient wandless telemetry during implantation and follow-up


Product Features

More features available to maximize CRT therapy

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BioMonitor BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring

BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring

Remotely-guided and effective patient care

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Event-Triggered IEGMs

Event-Triggered IEGMs

Advanced event evaluation

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Heart Failure Monitor

Heart Failure Monitor

Comprehensive set of trend data to evaluate patients’ heart failure condition

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Vp Suppression

Vp Suppression

Reduces unnecessary ventricular pacing

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BioMonitor Four-Year Longevity

Excellent Longevity

Long-lasting devices that transmit a complete data set daily

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SafeSync RF Telemetry

SafeSync RF Telemetry

Convenient communication during implantation and follow-up


Product Details

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BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring

BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring

BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring is a remote monitoring service available with cardiac monitors, pacemakers, implantable defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) systems. Home Monitoring allows physicians to continuously and reliably survey the patients’ physiological and device condition and alerts responsible healthcare staff of acute health changes within 24 hours. Click Here for more information

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Closed Loop Stimulation (CLS)

Closed Loop Stimulation

CLS is a unique physiological rate-adaptive technology. The feature is able to determine the appropriate heart rate response during times of physical and emotional activity or stress. Click Here for more information

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Early Detection

Early Detection

The early detection of changes in heart failure status allows for informed decision-making and the early initiation of therapeutic measures.

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Long-Lasting Products

Long-Lasting Products

Industry-leading device longevity prolongs replacement intervals to limit the number of replacements necessary and reduce the risk of complications.


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Closed Loop Stimulation

Closed Loop Stimulation - physiological and automatic rate adaption

Closed Loop Stimulation

Closed Loop Stimulation (CLS) is BIOTRONIK's proprietary technology used in pacemakers and heart failure devices to allow pacing adjustments to metabolic demands independent of activity.


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1 Ha, A. et al. Role of Device Diagnostics in Assessment and Management of Patients with Systolic Heart Failure. Cardiology Research and Practice Journal. 2011.

2 Poole J. et al. Complication Rates Associated With Pacemaker or Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator Generator Replacements and Upgrade Procedures. Results from the REPLACE Registry. Circulation. August 2010.