ES2462871B1 - Continuous system status monitoring atrioventricular (AV) conduction by remote detection of ventricular activity with a single chamber pacemaker - Google Patents

Continuous system status monitoring atrioventricular (AV) conduction by remote detection of ventricular activity with a single chamber pacemaker Download PDF

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ES2462871B1
ES2462871B1 ES201201175A ES201201175A ES2462871B1 ES 2462871 B1 ES2462871 B1 ES 2462871B1 ES 201201175 A ES201201175 A ES 201201175A ES 201201175 A ES201201175 A ES 201201175A ES 2462871 B1 ES2462871 B1 ES 2462871B1
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Se describe un sistema de monitorización continua del estado de conducción aurículo-ventricular del corazón de un paciente mediante el que resulta posible monitorizar la conducción AV mediante detección de la actividad ventricular, eléctrica o mecánica, detectada con la ayuda de un marcapasos monocameral, con un único electrodo en aurícula, para monitorizar de forma constante la integridad de la conducción aurículo ventricular (AV), de manera que en caso de existir alguna onda auricular no conducida al ventrículo o la frecuencia de ésta sea inferior a un límite preestablecido, se generará una alarma para alertar al paciente y/oa un centro de control de este evento. a system for continuous monitoring of the state of atrioventricular conduction heart of a patient through which it is possible to monitor AV conduction by detecting mechanical ventricular activity, electrical or detected with the aid of a single chamber pacemaker with described one single electrode in atrium to monitor constantly the integrity of the atrioventricular (AV) conduction, so that in case of any atrial wave is not conducted to the ventricle or the frequency thereof is lower than a preset limit, it will generate a alarm to alert the patient and / or a control center for this event. El sistema es aprovechable tanto con señales procedentes de un sensor PEA como con señales remotas del tipo de “campo lejano”. The system is usable both with signals from a sensor as remote EAP type signals "far field".

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