Implanted Loop Recorders for Detection and Management of Arrhythmia With Bruton Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors

Implanted Loop Recorders for Detection and Management of Arrhythmia With Bruton Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors

Patients initiated on Bruton tyrosine kinase inhibitors, consenting to installment of ILR
Patients free of documented arrhythmia initiating treatment with a BTK inhibitor who consent to monitoring using the Medtronic LINQ-2 implanted cardiac monitoring device (ILR) prior to initiating BTK inhibitor therapy.
Device: Medtronic LINQ-2 Insertable Cardiac Monitor (ILR)
Patients initiating BTK inhibitors will be offered the option of monitoring using the Medtronic Insertable Cardiac Monitor (ILR). The device will be implanted by a certified and credentialed electrophysiologist to enable monitoring to begin at least 24 hours prior to the first administration of the BTK inhibitor. Monitoring data will be collected prospectively until the patient withdraws consent, the device is removed, or up to 60 months

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