Dual-Chamber Leadless Pacemaker

Single-chamber ventricular leadless pacemakers do not support atrial pacing or consistent atrioventricular synchrony. A dual-chamber leadless pacemaker system consisting of two devices implanted percutaneously, one in the right atrium and one in the right ventricle, would make leadless pacemaker therapy a treatment option for a wider range of indications.
The dual-chamber leadless pacemaker system met the primary safety end point and provided atrial pacing and reliable atrioventricular synchrony for 3 months after implantation.
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Knops RE, Reddy VY, Ip JE et al. N Engl J Med 2023; 388:2360-2370
DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa2300080
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