Quiz

10 things you need to know about SafeR (MicroPort)

  1. SafeR pacing mode has been designed to promote native atrioventricular conduction by minimizing unnecessary right ventricular pacing in Sorin devices
  2. the device provides AAI pacing while continuously monitoring AV conduction
  3. there is one switch criterion from AAI to DDD for each AV block degree
  4. the device switches to DDD when PR or AR intervals are longer than the programmed maximum programmable value during 6 consecutive cycles (AVBI)
  5. the AVB I (first degree AV block) criterion can be programmed to rest + exercise or to exercise only
  6. the device switches to DDD if it senses 3 non consecutive blocked sensed or paced atrial events in the last 12 ventricular cycles (AVBII)
  7. the device switches to DDD if it senses two consecutive blocked sensed or paced atrial events (AVBIII)
  8. the device switches to DDD if a ventricular pause is longer than the programmed value (programmable: 2, 3, 4 seconds)
  9. the device switches automatically from DDD to AAI mode after 100 paced ventricular cycles
  10. the device also switches automatically from DDD to AAI when it senses 12 consecutive spontaneous ventricular events

10 things you need to know about SafeR (MicroPort)