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Assessment of Intracardiac Electrograms Transmitted by Home Monitoring for the Remote Follow-up of Pacemaker (PREMS)

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Last updated:24th Jun 2014

The purpose of the PREMS study is to evaluate the capability of the periodic IEGM feature (intracardiac electrogram) to provide more extensive remote information about cardiac rhythm, sensing and capture, and thus to detect anomalies that may deserve a clinical action.

PREMS is a non-interventional, prospective, and multicenter study. The primary objective is to assess the added clinical value of periodic IEGMs, based on the rate of patients with a rhythm or sensing/pacing anomaly detected on the first IEGM transmitted by Home Monitoring (HM) and non detectable so obvious on the other parameter set offered for the remote follow-up.

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Study start date 2014-06-24

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