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TriageHF™ is a simplified, integrated heart failure risk assessment tool that notifies clinicians to clinically relevant changes in a patient’s status that may lead to a heart failure decompensation.
The Heart Failure Risk Status (HFRS) feature is intended to assist clinicians in identifying patients who may be at a higher risk of a heart failure event occurring in the near future and may require closer medical attention.
There is not an automated mechanism to identify which CIED* patients are at the highest risk of heart failure decompensation.
Automates patient triage for clinicians to identify which patients are at the highest risk of heart failure decompensation.†
TriageHF™-enabled clinics can leverage the technology for all CIED* patients with OptiVol™, with backward compatibility.
Automated notifications to enable clinical action.
Compatible with most OptiVol™-enabled devices. Please contact your local Medtronic sales representative for a complete list.
TriageHF™ is not an alarm. The TriageHF™ assessment does not replace heart failure assessments in standard clinical practice. Medical treatment should not be modified remotely based solely on the TriageHF™ assessment. Interpretation of the TriageHF™ assessment requires clinical judgement by a medical professional. The TriageHF™ assessment should be used in conjunction with professional guidelines for patient management decisions.
Braunschweig F, et al. Europace. 2011;13 Suppl 2:ii13-7.