Our Pacemakers For Bradycardia


Medtronic offers many pacemaker options — please talk with your heart doctor to determine the best pacemaker option for your health situation.

Visit our Manual Library to find patient device manuals.

Medtronic Pacemaker Options

Pacemakers Model Numbers Dimensions & Descriptions
Azure Device Image


  • W2DR01
  • W2SR01
  • W3DR01
  • W3SR01

Azure™  is our first app connected pacemaker*. It is equipped with BlueSync™ technology meaning that you can securely access information about your pacemaker via the  MyCareLink Heart mobile app on your smartphone or tablet. 

If Azure detects changes in your heart, it wirelessly and securely transfers your heart device information to your clinic. The Azure pacemaker is safe in the MRI environment when specific conditions are met, and offers exclusive algorithms to accurately detect and reduce the likelihood of atrial fibrillation. *using  Bluetooth® Low Energy.

Advisa MRI

Advisa MRI

  • A3DR01
  • A3SR01

The Advisa™ MRI SureScan™ pacemaker is the second generation pacing system designed for safe use in the MRI environment when specific conditions are met.  Advisa is available in single and dual chamber options.



  • ADDR01
  • ADDR03
  • ADDR06
  • ADDRL1
  • ADDRS1

Adapta is a “physiologic” pacemaker. It waits for your natural heartbeat before delivering the pacing impulse to avoid unnecessary pacing. The Adapta pacemakers are also completely automatic, constantly adjusting their settings and adapting to meet your heart’s needs.


Micra Transcatheter Pacing System 

  • MC1VR01

Micra™ is the smallest in our line of pacemakers.

Our Other Pacemakers

This list does not include all of our past pacemakers. Visit our manuals website for the patient manual for your device. 

  • EnRhythm MRI™ SureScan™
  • Sensia™
  • Versa™ 
  • EnRhythm™ 
  • EnPulse™ 
  • Sigma™ 
  • Kappa™ 400

This information is designed to help you learn more about  bradycardia. It is for your informational use only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment in any manner. Speak to your doctor for more information and any questions specific to your health and treatment.