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Main Triggers

of AF Onset

 

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Post Mode 

Overdriving Pacing

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Atrial Preference

Pacing (APP)

 

Atrial Preference Pacing (APP) is designed to maximize atrial pacing percentage to reduce the incidence of atrial tachyarrhythmias. When enabled, it can be programmed to provide continuous pacing that slightly exceeds the intrinsic sinus rate whenever the patient is not in an atrial tachyarrhythmia.

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Two main

componets of rATP

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Sustained Duration

Programming

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ARS Programming

 

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ARS Graph

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Sustained Duration

Histogram Review

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AT/AF Evidence

Counter to record event

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Atrial Rate

Stablization

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Atrial ATP Therapies

50Hz

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AT/AF 
Termination

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Atrial Burst +

Example

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Atrial ATP Therapies

Ramp

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Componets of

Minerva

 

  1. Atrial Rate Stablization (ARS)
  2. Post Mode Switch Overdrive Pacing (PMOP)
  3. Atrial Prefernce Pacing
  4. rATP

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Reactive ATP 
Programming 

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Minera Trial 

Results

 

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Atrial ATP Therapies

Programming

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Minera Trial 

Design

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What triggers do

ARS, PMOP, APP

address

 

  1. ARS - PACs
  2. PMOP - Early Reoccurence of AF
  3. APP - Rhythm Control

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AT /AF Evidence

Counter Criteria

 

 

3 consectutive V intervals with more than one As

 

Median of last 12 A-A is less than the

atrial detection interval

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APP 
Graph

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Atrial ATP Therapies

Burst +

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Atrial ATP Therapies

50Hz Details

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What are the 4 Phases of Atrial Detection?

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PMOP 

Chart

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rATP Rhtyhm 

Change Summary

 

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rATP Time

Interval Summary

Time Interval: 
The Time Interval feature of Reactive ATP allows for treatment of atrial arrhythmias that may have changed throughout the course of an atrial episode. If a Reactive ATP Time Interval is programmed, the number of ATP sequences is reset for both the AT/AF zone and the Fast AT/AF zone. The reset occurs when the Sustained Duration value (time from initial detection) reaches a multiple of the programmed Time Interval. This reset function is available only within the first 48 hours of an atrial episode.

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Atrial Preference Pacing (APP)