Designed for stable fixation when placed and minimal traumatic side effects and/or bleeding when removed. The wide array of sizes and needle offerings provide solutions suited for all patients’ cardiac needs.
Atrial Cardiac Pacing Wires
Designed for secure placement and ease of removal.
M-20 Style, Straight Wire Electrode One inch (2.54cm) of bare temporary pacing wire can be bent into desired configuration by surgeon and secured to the myocardium with a suture.
M-21 Style, Loop Electrode One-eighth inch diameter bare temporary cardiac pacing wire loop can be secured onto the myocardium with a non-tied continuous suture through the myocardium and wire loop. The suture will unravel during removal. The temporary pacing wire loop can be cut to permit removal if a suture is used to secure the loop to the myocardium.
M-22, Tapered Loop Electrode Atrial pacing electrode designed with six-millimeter diameter bare tapered wire loop. A securing suture is placed snug but not tight around neck of electrode. Loop will compress through suture upon removal.
MYO/Wire® Ultra-Flex Temporary Pacing Wires
Ventricular Cardiac Pacing Wires
Designed for stable fixation and atraumatic removal. Insulated with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and incorporating a 64mm and 89mm Keith needle which has a ‘snap off’ feature enabling the needle to be easily broken off without the need of wire cutters.
M-24 Style, Bare Wire Electrode Two and one-half inches of bare temporary pacing wire exposed immediately adjacent to the curved needle. Four curved needles, two straight needles and three insulation color options are available.
M-25 Style, One Centimeter Electrode with Insulation Wings
Insulation is cut back to form a winged electrode. One centimeter of bare wire provides 13.0 mm of exposed electrode surface area. The wings fold back against the insulation during removal. Three curved needles, two straight needles and three insulation color options are available.
M-26 Style, One Centimeter Electrode One centimeter of bare temporary pacing wire provides 13.0mm of exposed electrode surface area. Insulation is tapered to the electrode to facilitate insertion and removal. Four curved needles, two straight needles and three insulation color options are available.
Indifferent Lead Temporary Cardiac Pacing Electrode
A special curved cutting needle permits this subcutaneous electrode placement. This electrode can eliminate the need for a ground electrode on the heart.
The 8-inch ground, skin or indifferent electrode can be installed in subcutaneous tissue. A special curved cutting needle permits this subcutaneous electrode placement.
This electrode can eliminate the need for a ground electrode on the heart.
The product is available in 8-inch and 24-inch lengths.
MYO/Wire® Disposable Patient Cable 2.0
MYO/Wire® Disposable Patient Cable 2.0*
MYO/Wire ® Disposable Patient Cable 2.0 is designed to provide a safe secure connection for both 1mm and 2mm pacing electrodes offering a
more flexible and universal use in the hospital.
Locking mechanism features
locking safety slide bar to prevent unintentional electrode release
allows for emergent reinsertion of electrodes even in locked position
Lightweight design, easy verification of connection ports
Color coded on both base and plug
The cable is offered in two lengths: 6ft and 10ft
MYO/Wire® Ultra-Thin Temporary Pacing Wires
The integrated bi-polar pacing leads provide easy, safe and fast placement. Offering both an inline and bifurcated portfolio allows surgeons the intraoperative flexibility needed to customize each procedure.
Small Needles and Wire Diameter
Atraumatic Flare Fixation
Single Thoracic Puncture to Place two Electrodes
MYO/Wire® Ultra-Thin Temporary Pacing Wires
Enables Bi-Polar placement of both electrodes in the myocardium with only one needle puncture. Available with Flare or Z fixation.
Features a pre-bent L shape (hook) designed to eliminate the need to cut and discard needles. Bonded at the tip to eliminate fraying of the multi-stranded wire. Ideal for Atrial and Pediatric applications.
Combines an O design with Bullet Electrode. The O-shape, also known as “Loop” or “Lasso” increases the surface area and contact of the electrode which gives the user security of placement.
The bifurcated design of our VF-series pacing wires combines the ease of single wire placement with advantages of bipolar wires.
* Formerly MYO/Lead Patient Cable
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Farmingdale, NJ 07727 USA