SureScan Safety Data MRI Access
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Powerful fields produced during MRI have the potential to induce hazardous effects on patients with traditional implantable cardiac devices.
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Evera MRI™ SureScan system is safe and effective in the MRI environment when MR conditions for use are met.
Advisa MRI™ SureScan system is safe and effective in the MRI environment when MR conditions for use are met.
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