Evaluation of CIED "Readers" for Disease Management

2017-11-17 03:41:18 | BioPortfolio


The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use of remote interrogation (readers) of CIEDs in evaluation of suspected TIA/stroke patients, HF or those experiencing syncope. This approach has the potential to advance the practice of CIED evaluation by staff without specialized training in cardiac electrophysiology (non-EP staff). We hypothesize that actionable events will be identified with use of CIED readers. These events may include identification of atrial fibrillation in TIA/stroke patients, percentage biventricular pacing in patients with HF or evaluation of arrhythmic events in syncope patients. We believe that non-EP staff will find CIED readers easy or very easy to use and that time from transmission to analysis for non-EP trained staff will be low.


Subjects with CIEDs undergoing evaluation for TIA/stroke, HF or syncope will be reviewed for inclusion/exclusion criteria. CIED interrogation, demographics and time of interrogation will be collected. Review of interrogation and medical record will be done to evaluate for actionable events including CIED programming, initiation or change in medications, admission/discharge or decision for further testing.

Study Design


Pacemaker Ddd


CIED interrogation


Edward Hospital
United States


Not yet recruiting


Edward-Elmhurst Health System

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-11-17T03:41:18-0500

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