TILDA: A comprehensive Family of Silicone Pacing Leads 

TILDA: A comprehensive Family of Silicone Pacing Leads 

Lead Your Patients to Intelligent Therapy

TILDA pacing leads’ performance and durability combined with Sorin Group’s intelligent algorithms, offer you the treatment of choice for your patients.

• 3 lengths: 45, 53 and 60cm
– TILDA R: 45, 53 and 60cm
– TILDA JT: 45 and 53cm
– TILDA T: 53 and 60cm
• Iridium fractal coating
• Steroid reservoir 0.75mg dexamethasone acetate
• 6.6F silicone lead body, fits through a 7F introducer
 

FAMILIAR Lead Handling for an Implant Made Easy

Choice of material, fixation mechanism, body and tip flexibility…all aspects of TILDA leads are carefully designed to give you the instant sensation of familiarity at implant


 
Engineered for excellent X-ray visibility and threshold mapping capabilities


 
FLEXIBLE Body and Tip for Optimal Lead Positioning

The TILDA R, flexible from the lead connector to the distal tip,
is designed to:

• deliver predictable outcomes
• facilitate your choice of lead positioning
• enable easy maneuverability of the lead


 
FRACTAL Coating Technology for Effective Electrical Performance
 
The iridium fractal coating, result of a unique iridium vapor deposition process, increases the active surface by a factor of more than 1,0002,3
 

This coating technology provides the advantage of:4,5
•  outstanding sensing
•  low acute and chronic thresholds
•  high impedance for prolonged battery life
 

EFFECTIVE ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE

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References:
1. Sorin Group, data on fi le
2. Israel CW, Floren E, Harrer P. Electrophysiologist Performance of a New Iridium-Coated Electrode with Reduced
Surface Area: A One-Year Study. Prog Biomed Res. 1998; 3(3): 156–163
3. Melo CSN, Oliveira LLM, Freitas Jr AF. A Comparison of Chronic Clinical Performance of Fractal Coated and Polished
Screw-In Electrodes. Prog Biomed Res. 2000; 5(5): 410–412
4. BIOTRONIK data – Setrox S Master Study; 2006
5. BIOTRONIK data – Selox ST/JT Master Study; 2005