The innovative tool for an optimal follow-up
Software completely new in look and function
User friendly interface
Information organized according to the clinical aims
Database of follow-up checks collected for each patient
Wide and high definition screen
Wireless connection with ECG module and printer
Light and easily moved
Intuitive navigation focusing on the clinical needs
The user interface ensures a quick and guided access to the programming operations and the functional tests, and allows downloading the diagnostic information stored by the pacemaker.
Functions and pacing parameters relevant to a common clinical task are linked within dedicated sections, like: sensing/pacing, rate management, AV conduction and ventricular pacing reduction, SVT management, TVI configuration.
Main interactive screenshot
An interactive summary containing all basic information on the device status and pacing configuration is immediately available after interrogation.
- battery voltage and impedance
- expected life
- configuration of main pacing parameters.
State of the patient
- diagnostic data and report on tachyarrhythmic episodes.
- leads impedance
- pacing thresholds
- amplitude of sensing signals.
Touching each field in the main screenshot directly opens the corresponding programming and diagnostic functions.
Control and regulation of the Haemodynamic pacing
The Olympia programmer is the ideal tool for the interaction with the TVI haemodynamic sensor. The wide screen allows real-time display of the TVI tracing at any working step, coupled with the surface ECG or the integrated intracardiac electrogram (iECG).
The function “TVI signal acquisition” works out the average TVI waveform over a programmable number of cardiac cycles and shows it with high definition. The present waveform can thus be compared with signals stored at previous checks, in order to test the stability of the haemodynamic performance of the heart.
Information on tachyarrhythmic episodes recorded in atrium and ventricle is provided in comprehensive tables. By selecting the episode of interest, the TVI and iECG tracings recorded during the tachycardia are retrieved from the pacemaker memory, and displayed to be compared with the corresponding reference signals recorded in sinus rhythm. Based on the iECG evaluation, ventricular and supraventricular tachycardias can be easily discriminated. Moreover, the haemodynamic impact of the arrhythmia can be inferred form changes in the TVI waveform.
Dimensions (H x W x D) 310 x 410 x 90 mm
Weight : 5,3 Kg
Connections : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Power supply mains operated
Software upgrade by USB pen
Equipped with an indicator of telemetric signal intensity and the emergency button, it is placed with its cable into the dedicated housing in the supporting base.
ECG : 10 channels / 12 traces
Dimensions (H x W x D) : 100 x 60 x 25 mm
Weight (cables included) : 250 gr
Power supply : powered by two AA batteries
Connection (to the programmer) : wireless connection by Bluetooth
- battery charge
- cardiac rate
- absence / presence of connection to the electrodes
- absence / presence of connection to the programmer
Positioning placed with its cable in the programmer’s supporting base
InkJet A4 printout
Mains power supply
Wi-Fi connection with the programmer
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