One Instrument, One Patient at a Time

Cardiac Rhythm Management

Cardiac Rhythm Management
Every 15 seconds of everyday an ECA Medical Instruments torque-limiting instrument is used by a surgeon somewhere in the world to install a pacemaker or ICD. With precision and without fail. ECA Medical Instruments is the industry leader in designing and manufacturing precision torque-limiting instruments for the Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM) industry.

ECA Medical Instruments’ CRM instruments include a complete line of uni-directional and bi-directional torque limiters starting at 6 oz. / in. of torque upward. Today, we continue to build on our legacy of providing cardiac device manufacturers and surgeons with trusted CRM implant and surgical instrument solutions, one patient at a time.

ECA Medical Instruments for Cardiac Rhythm Management:

Torque-Limiting Instruments

Model Description Polymer Handle Design Procedure/Application
212 Barrel
212 Barrel
Small torque-limiting drivers with stainless steel 0.035″ hex shafts Barrel Industry standard for Neuromodulation, DBS and similar implants
214 Barrel
214 Barrel
Small torque-limiting drivers with stainless steel 0.035″ hex shafts Barrel Industry standard for Cardiac Rhythm Management (pacemaker & ICD) implants
215 Barrel
215 Barrel
Small torque-limiting drivers with stainless steel 0.035″ hex shafts Barrel Industry standard for Cardiac Rhythm Management (pacemaker & ICD) implants
218 Regular
218 Regular
Low torque-limiting drivers with stainless steel shafts Trilobe CRM, Neuro, Cardiovascular, CMF, Trauma
218 Long
218 Long
Low torque-limiting drivers with stainless steel driver and tips Trilobe CRM, Neuro, Cardiovascular, CMF, Trauma

Fixed-Driver Instruments

Model Description Polymer Handle Design Procedure/Application
216 Micro FD
226 Micro FD
Small fixed-drivers with stainless steel hex shafts Axial CRM, Neuro, Cardiovascular, CMF, Trauma
412/414 Mini FD Series
412/414 Mini FD Series
Small fixed-drivers with stainless steel hex shafts Axial CRM, Neuro, Cardiovascular, CMF, Trauma