A pacing wire range including three wire designs (M-20, M-21 and M-22) for epicardial placement on the atrium, these wires feature bare wire and wire loops (without curved needle), eliminating the need for passing wire cutting scissors, cutting off needles and counting prior to wound closure.
Specifically the M-22 was designed for stable fixation and atraumatic removal by Dr. Francis Robicsek, the neck of the loop electrode is sutured onto the wall of the atrium. Then the loop is easily compressed through the suture during percutaneous removal.
A pacing wire range including M-24, M-25 and M-26 are designed to be placed intramyocardially.
- The M-24 pacing wire electrode is implanted in the myocardium with a curved needle utilizing technique identical to that used for implanting other pacing wires
- The M-25 pacing wire electrode combines a fixed electrode surface of 13mm2 with four retention wings. These four soft Teflon wings fold against the wire to permit easy insertion, then open up once pulled through the myocardium to secure the electrode in place. Upon removal the wings fold back to allow pacing wire removal.
- The M-26 is an interrupted pacing wire with an electrode surface of 13mm2 which is fixed into the myocardium to provide sensing and stimulation. Tapered insulation assists in atraumatic placement and removal.
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