Sense in every cc.

Fast and Easy follow-up at a click of a button. Automatically activates algorithms at implant. 11.7 years longevity* in 8 cc.
World’s smallest transvenous pacemaker.1
1.5 T and 3 T full body MR conditional.



Making MRI scans easy and safe for pacemaker patients.

100% invested in the project

Preset Fit

Optimal settings automatically programmed
Automatic lead polarity configuration
Evolves and learns with the patient
Automatic launch of key diagnostics

One-click follow-up test sequence
Suite of tests launched sequentially in one click
Detailed snapshot of key results displayed in one screen

High definition EGM
Eases reading for a quick and precise diagnosis
Eliminates the need for ECG electrodes to do threshold tests

Key information at first sight on the programmer

Ratio Design

8 cc

  • Smaller incision & reduced pocket size
  • Boosts psychological adoption for patients

Ellipse Shape

  • Natural lead wrap around
  • Facilitates insertion and lead connection

11.7 years longevity*

  • Avoid complications due to risky replacement procedures2

Best longevity per cc

  • MicroPort CRM’s technology brings together size and longevity.
  • 11.7 years longevity* in 8 cc.


Visit. Scan. Go.
Automatic switch in and out of MRI mode upon detection of MR field.
No need to accompany the patient during or after the scan.
Multiple MRI scans possible during the programmed window.
No post MRI follow-up.

Ease the workflow.

  1. Patient visits the cardiologist
  2. 10 day window where the patient can have an MRI scan.
  3. Patient enters MRI scan.
  4. Patient can go home.

AutoMRI comes as standard
2014 Innovation award.
Longest experience in automatic MRI detection.

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Orchestra Plus programmerLeadsVega; Xfine

*DDDR Mode (50% A & V pacing), 60 min-1, 2.5 V, 0.4 ms, 750 Ω, SENSOR ON, EGMs ON, DIAGNOSTICS ON


1. Competition comparison across transvenous pacing systems made as of October 2018, refer to manufacturers manuals

2. Polyzos KA. et al. Risk factors for cardiac implantable electronic device infection: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Europace ; 17 :167-777,2015 

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