Acticor DXDR SMART. VR SIMPLE.
Forty thousand implants ago, BIOTRONIK created a system with the simplicity of a single-chamber system while being as smart as a dual-chamber system. With Acticor, DX technology has undergone a new revolution. Proven DX technology is now DF4 compatible, further reducing potential complications for patients by simplifying procedures and device connections. The Ultraslim BIOshape eases implantation1, features a thinner form factor and a more rounded, elliptical design for reduced skin pressure. They are the smallest and slimmest devices approved for 3T full-body MRI scans2. Acticor DX has an extended battery life of nearly 14 years3, supported by extended warranties, to deliver the best patient care.
The Acticor DX ICD offers full-body 3T MRI capability and unique technologies in one platform.
- Features MRI AutoDetect technology, which can automatically recognize when the patient enters an MRI environment and convert the device to MRI mode. When the scan is complete, MRI AutoDetect automatically returns the device to its permanent program.
- BIOTRONIK ProMRI4 systems increase patient access to MRI scanning and give physicians more options to choose from without any compromise on therapy.
- Atrial Diagnostics and SVT Discrimination.
- Dual-chamber discrimination with SMART Detection® - the only sophisticated discriminator that also works on redetection.
- Reduced lead complications - dual-chamber ICDs have a 40% increased risk in peri-operative complications and 45% increased risk in hospital mortality5.
- Reduced procedure complexity - less implant time compared to dual-chamber6.
- Elimination of cost for atrial lead.
1 Post-market observation; interim-analysis, December 21, 2018. Data on file.
2 As part of an MR conditional system.
3 HM daily transmissions, 3 channel IEGMs ON, 6 months UBD, 60 bpm, 700 Ω, 2.0V@0.4ms, 2 shocks per year, 15% pacing.
4 For combination of MR conditional devices, please see the "ProMRI MR conditional device systems" manual.
5 Dewland TA et al. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2011, 58(10).
6 Sticherling C et al. Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol. 2011, 4(1).