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Perspective on proactive lead management Video

Perspective on proactive lead management

In this short video, hear from Dr. Jon Piccini (Duke) on the importance of proactive lead management.
Dr. Manyam and Carl Boyton physician and patient management story Video

Dr. Manyam and Carl Boyton physician and patient management story

Making life better through proactive lead management. Hear the story of Carl Boyton and Dr. Harish Manyam (Erlanger).
Patient Risk vs. Risk Brochure Document

Patient Risk vs. Risk Brochure

From the 2017 HRS consensus statement, it is now a Class I indication to discuss the risks of lead abandonment and the risks of lead extraction with patients. Are you prepared to discuss the risks of both options with patients?
Bridge occlusion balloon Two year data & updated protocol Document

Bridge occlusion balloon Two year data & updated protocol

The Endovascular Occlusion Balloon for Treatment of Superior Vena Cava Tears During Transvenous Lead Extraction: A Multi-Year Analysis and An Update to Best Practice Protocol
Philips Noninfectious considerations for Lead Management Video

Philips Noninfectious considerations for Lead Management

As Dr. John Piccinifrom Duke said after his recent study comparing patients with and without abandoned leads, “The risks of lead abandonment are no longer theoretical.” What are the risks of lead abandonment? Watch this brief video to find out.
Philips managing leads. Leading change. A new era in lead management. Current trends in Lead Management. Document

Philips managing leads. Leading change. A new era in lead management. Current trends in Lead Management.

This presentation covers the growing need for a comprehensive lead management program: infection, redundant, occlusion, MR Conditional, new technologies and malfunction.
Philips Risks and considerations of cardiac lead extraction Document

Philips Risks and considerations of cardiac lead extraction

The brochure covers shared decision-making with physicians, considerations of lead extraction as well as risks of capping a lead.
CIED Infection Awareness Document

CIED Infection Awareness

60,000+ patients with CIEDs (Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices) develop an infection in any given year. They may have a pocket infection, a systemic infection, or even endocarditis.
Physician Q&A: Using the Electronic Medical Records to Fight CIED Infection Document

Physician Q&A: Using the Electronic Medical Records to Fight CIED Infection

The presence of a systemic infection, pocket Infection, or endocarditis is a Class I indication to remove all hardware. Despite this, 65% of patients with CIED infection may be under-treated and at risk for recurring infection, endocarditis or death.
2017 Consensus Statement Lead Management and Extraction Document

2017 Consensus Statement Lead Management and Extraction

The 2017 consensus statement focuses on providing practical clinical guidance in lead management and lead extraction to help clinicians in their decision-making process for managing leads.
Current Trends in Lead Management Document

Current Trends in Lead Management

At Philips, we firmly believe in managing every lead, safely, predictably and responsibly. Managing cardiac implanted electronic device (CIED) leads has never been more important.
The Growing Need for Lead Management Document

The Growing Need for Lead Management

A new era in lead management; managing leads and leading change.

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