The PSA 300™ is a standalone, handheld, three-chamber pacing system analyzer and EP stimulator for use in pacemaker implantation and electrophysiology studies. Boasting an adaptive touchscreen interface, the PSA 300 is able to employ only those functions and measurements which are relevant to the specific application, reducing clutter and confusion for the engaged electrophysiologist or EP tech.
The combination of breakthrough technology and 25 years of experience in cardiac pacing make the PSA 300 the most advanced and pacing system analyzer on the market:
‧ Compact size
‧ 6.5” touch screen
‧ Bluetooth capability
‧ Rechargeable battery
‧ Zoom feature for live ECG and IEGM analysis
‧ Customizable electrical stimulation system
(UHS - Universal Heart Stimulator)
Boasting an adaptive 6.5” touch screen interface, the PSA 300 is able to employ only those functions and measurements which are relevant to the specific application, reducing clutter and confusion for the engaged electrophysiologist or EP technician.
Bluetooth capability enables instant printing or data storage from the PSA 300 onto a PC.
The UHS mode of the PSA 300 provides a fully customizable electrical stimulation system for the programming of trained electrical impulses. UHS mode functions as a diagnostic tool in EP examinations, particularly in clinical protocols for the induction of supra-ventricular tachycardia. The PSA 300 offers a simple but intelligent interface for programmable electrical stimulations (PES), allowing for the programming of synchronous and asynchronous burst trains, or incremental train patterns (ramp).
The PSA 300 is designed for use during the implantation of pacemakers and defibrillators to assess the placement of pacing leads and to determine the appropriate and optimal pacemaker settings for the implanted device. The PSA 300 also functions as a three chamber temporary pacemaker and has applications where such pacing modes are indicated for therapeutic, prophylactic, or diagnostic purposes.
The PSA 300 provides six operating modes for each possible application:
‧ 1/A – Atrial channel
‧ 2/RV – Right ventricular channel
‧ 3/LV – Left ventricular channel
‧ DDD – AV-synchronous stimulation
‧ CRT – Bi-ventricular stimulation
‧ UHS – Universal Heart Stimulation (EP Stimulator)