“The significant time savings and reduced variability (associated with the Zip device) may improve overall procedure cost and scheduling efficiency.”

– Ulrika Birgersdotter-Green, M.D., director, Pacemaker and ICD Services, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine

“I have personally used the Zip device in over 100 electrophysiology implant cases. The device is very easy and quick to apply, and simple to peel off 10-14 days post-procedure. I and my patients have found the cosmesis result to be excellent.”

– Dan Goldman, M.D., electrophysiologist, Delray Beach, FL

In the first randomized, controlled, prospective study of the Zip in cardiac implantable electronic device (CIED) implantation, the Zip demonstrated 3x faster incision closure compared to sutures.1 It also showed less patient variability in closure time, with no compromise in cosmetic outcomes or patient safety.2

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Watch Zip Used in S-CIED (Pacemaker) Surgery

1. Lalani, G.G., Schricker, A.A., Salcedo, J., Hebsur, S., HSU, J., Feld, G. and Birgersdotter-Green, U. (2016), Cardiac Device Implant Skin Closure with a Novel Adjustable, Coaptive Tape-Based Device. Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/pace.12926

2. Goldman DS, Hammill E, Aasbo J, Storne E, Reddy S. Improvement in S-ICD Incision Closure Time and High Implanter Satisfaction Using a Novel Skin Closure Device Scientific presentation given at Asia-Pacific Heart Rhythm Society 2017 Meeting; Sep 16, 2017; Yokohama, Japan.