WiSE CRT
System

The challenge is to develop a system that deals with:

3 out of every 10 people whilst having had a CRT device implant don’t benefit from the treatment 1234

2 out of 10 people who have had a CRT implant will have issues with the implanted leads 5678

WiSE CRT Systems | Pumping Marvellous
WiSE CRT Systems | Pumping Marvellous
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EBR Systems are trialling their WiSE CRT device across a number of UK trial centres and they are recruiting heart failure patients into their trial. The trial is called SOLVE-CRT

Please note that the WiSECRT device is not commercially available in the UK. It is, however, being trialled in the centres listed below through the SOLVE-CRT trial.

SOLVE-CRT, UK sites & doctors:

1. James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
Dr S. James, Dr A. Turley and Dr J. Thambyrajah

2. John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Dr T. Betts and Dr J. Gamble

3. St Thomas’ Hospital, London
Prof C. A. Rinaldi and Dr G. Carr-White

4. Harefield Hospital, Harefield
Dr M. Mason, Dr R. Lane and Dr A. Barron

5. Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
Dr A. Chow, Prof R. Schilling and Dr C. Haywood

6. Manchester Heart Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester
Dr A. Zaidi, Dr C. Cunnington and Dr F. Ahmed

7. Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool
Dr A. Rao, Dr R. Ashrafi, Dr Z. Borbas and Dr. Clare Hammond

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