Meet ALPS

A living energy with every heartbeat

The world’s first Autonomous Leadless Pacing System

incorporating a unique inertial energy harvesting technology synchronized with cardiac rhythm.

ALPS

Rethinking Cardiac Rhythm Management

CAIRDAC has developed the only pacemaker incorporating a revolutionary energy harvesting module capable of powering the device with no energy limitation.

Cairdac's Pacemaker in a hand
ALPS is a unique,  autonomous and endoscopically implanted leadless pacemaker incorporating a self-sustaining power patented technology harvesting the heart’s kinetic energy.

Currently, CAIRDAC’s leadless pacemaker is in chronic preclinical testing phases with very consistent results in terms of compatibility and performance.

CAIRDAC brings disruptive technologies to conventional leadless pacemakers – meeting patients and healthcare professionals’ growing needs – with an all-in-one, cost-effective solution that will revolutionize patients’ quality of life.

“We are very proud and inspired by the encouraging preliminary results of our preclinical tests. The device shows reliable energy performance. This technology is a key building-block for next generations of leadless pacemaker, and this will reshape the patient’s living conditions. CAIRDAC’s solution is in radical disruption with the way leadless pacemakers have been thought and conceptualized so far”

An Nguyen-Dinh

CEO of CAIRDAC.

A Full Paradigm Shift in Cardiac Rhythm Management

Since the 60’s implantable pacemakers have been powered by a primary battery which needs to be replaced upon depletion; although leadless pacemakers have taken a big leap forward in the past few years, the same problem applies to leadless devices as their battery capacity is even more reduced due to miniaturization. Replacement or re-implantation of a new leadless device is a complicated procedure and an expensive solution for patients and healthcare systems.

Today, device longevity is the major weak point of current leadless pacemakers as they need to be replaced on average every 5 years becoming a complicated, risky and costly solution for patients and hospitals.

AND there is NO leadless solution for Dual Chamber Stimulation.

Interview with
Professor Wouter Oosterlinck M.D, Ph.D.

Professor Oosterlinck, M.D, P.hD., at the University Hospitals Leuven in Belgium gives us his professional opinion on how the power of the self-sustainable energy supply of ALPS addresses the currently unmet fundamental needs in  cardiac rhythm disorders. From device longevity, to dual-chamber stimulation and lower risks of infection, find out how ALPS is reshaping the world of leadless pacemakers.

Patients and healthcare
professionals can now have it all

With ALPS’s innovative technology, the reality of dual-chamber stimulation and communication with a lifespan of over 15 years is here today, thus making it accessible for younger patients and compatible with healthcare systems cost effectiveness.

Zoom Anatomic Heart with Cairdac's pacemaker

This patented technology allows for more unique and never seen before capabilities such as :

Intercommunication between capsules

once placed in the heart utilizing the latest Human Body Communication transmitter

Real-Time monitoring

thanks to its holter which allows data to be collected, saved and shared.

ALPS’ miniature size enables it to be implanted endoscopically
which significantly reduces risks of infections and other complications.