Research & Development

Research & Development

MicroPace partners with leading electrophysiologists and EP labs around the world, creating novel stimulation technology that leads to improved clinical practice and outcomes.

Research and development is core to MicroPace's culture. This drive to innovate originally led MicroPace to release the first truly computerized cardiac diagnostic electrophysiology stimulator in 1998 and has inspired a continuous innovation stream ever since. Some of these innovations include advanced software user interfaces, cockpit-style hardware, and the first FDA-cleared dual-touchscreen stimulator, the MicroPace StimLab.

MicroPace is comitted to investing in continued innovation in the EP stimulation field and has a dense R&D pipeline.