Serena CRT-P MRI SureScan W1TR05 - Biventricular pacemaker

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Medtronic Australasia Pty Ltd - Serena CRT-P MRI SureScan W1TR05 - Biventricular pacemaker

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Medtronic Australasia Pty Ltd

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1. Serena CRT-P MRI SureScan W1TR05 - Biventricular pacemaker

Product Type

Single Device Product

Effective date



47263 Biventricular pacemaker

Functional description

The Medtronic Serena CRT-P MRI SureScan Model W1TR05 dual chamber implantable pulse generator


cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT-P) is a multi-programmable cardiac device that monitors and

regulates the patient's heart rate by providing single or dual chamber rate-responsive bradycardia pacing,

sequential biventricular pacing, and atrial tachyarrhythmia therapies. This device features Bluetooth

wireless technology.

Intended purpose

The Serena CRT-P MRI SureScan system is indicated for any of the following types of heart failure


? Patients with ventricular dyssynchrony

? Patients with reduced ejection fraction (EF), regardless of New York Heart Association (NYHA) class,

who are indicated for ventricular pacing, and have high degree AV block

? Patients with reduced EF and all of the following characteristics:

± Have received a conventional pacemaker or an ICD

± Have subsequently developed worsening heart failure despite optimal medical therapy

± Have a high proportion of RV pacing

Variant information

Nil variant (as 1 device) N/A

Specific Conditions

No Specific Conditions included on Record

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