PACE 101

Single Chamber (SSI) Temporary Cardiac Pacemaker
Product Description: 

The PACE 101™ single chamber cardiac pacemaker is designed for safe and reliable temporary stimulation of the heart in cases of rhythm disturbances and conduction defects. Specifically, the PACE 101 is intended for temporary atrial or ventricular pacing and supports synchronous (VVI, AAI) and asynchronous (V00, A00) operating modes.

The features and straightforward design of the PACE 101 make it the ideal choice for physicians and nurses when speedy setup of temporary pacing is required in the OR or ICU:

  • Durable and light in weight
  • Large control dials promote ease of use
  • Two rapid atrial stimulation modes (x2 and x4)
  • Battery life of up to 38 days of continuous pacing

Intuitive Interface

The PACE 101 provides simple access to pacer settings having four large control dials to manipulate the pacemaker mode, rate, amplitude and sensitivity settings. Sensed intrinsic and paced activities are indicated by an LED and audible tones.

Indications for Use

The PACE 101 is designed to be used with cardiac pacing lead systems for temporary atrial or ventricular pacing. The device can be employed for therapeutic as well as diagnostic and prophylactic purposes:

  • Complete (third degree) or intermittent heart block
  • Symptomatic sinus bradycardia
  • Atrail or ventricular ectopic arrhythmia
  • Sick sinus syndrome (SSS)
  • Atrial tachyarrhythmia
  • Acute myocardial infarction-induced heart block
  • Stimulation during a ventricular asystole
  • Use during the replacement of an implantable pulse generator
  • Stimulation and monitoring before the implantation of a cardiac pulse generator
Dimensions 6.0 mm x 11.5 mm x 2.2 mm
(2.36” x 4.5 x 0.87”)
Weight 170 g (0.375 lb) including battery
Battery Alkaline: 38 days (72 ppm, 8.0 V)
Basic Rate 30 – 180 ppm
High Pacing Rate Basic Rate x2 or x4 (up to 720 ppm)
Stimulation Amplitude 0.3 – 12 V
Pulse Width 0.75 ms
Sensitivity 1.0 – 20 mV, Asynchronous
Refractory Period 250 ms
Pacing Modes VVI, V00, AAI, A00