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1 MADIT Randomized Trial to Reduce Inappropriate Therapy (MADIT-RIT) Arthur J. Moss, MD for the MADIT-RIT Executive Committee AHA Late Breaking Trials November 6, 2012 Los Angles, CA

2 DISCLOSURE INFORMATION Arthur J. Moss, MD CompanyRelationship Boston Scientific Research Grant Hold no stock or stock options in any device company. Not a member of any corporate advisory group or speakers’ bureau.

3 MADIT-RIT: BACKGROUND ICD is highly effective in reducing mortality in high-risk cardiac pts. Despite sophisticated device-detection algorithms, 8-40% of ICD therapies are inappropriate with adverse side effects Question: can ICD devices be reprogrammed to safely reduce inappropriate therapies?

4 MADIT-RIT: Hypothesis Hypothesis Dual-chamber ICD or CRT-D devices with: - high-rate cutoff (>200bpm), or - duration-delay (initial 60sec monitoring plus rhythm ID detection will be associated with fewer 1 st inappropriate therapies than standard/conventional programming (2.5sec >170bpm) without increase in mortality Randomized, 3-arm study using Boston Scientific devices

5 Randomization Arms Arm A (Conventional) Arm B (High-rate) Arm C (Duration-delay) Zone 1: >170 bpm, 2.5s delay 170 bpm >170 bpm, 60s delay Onset/Stability Detection Enhancements ON Monitor onlyRhythm ID Detection Enhancements ON ATP + Shock Zone 2: >200 bpm, 1s delay>200 bpm, 2.5s delay>200 bpm, 12s delay Quick Convert ATP Shock Quick Convert ATP Shock Rhythm ID Detection Enhancements ON ATP + Shock Zone 3 : >250 bpm, 2.5s delay Quick Convert ATP + Shock * All programming is within approved labeling MADIT-RIT: Three Treatment Arms*

6 MADIT-RIT: ELIGIBILITY Inclusion Criteria - I 0 prevention patients with no Hx of VT/VF - Sinus rhythm at enrollment; Hx PAF ok - Pt. on stable, optimal pharmacologic therapy - Age >21 yrs; informed consent Exclusion Criteria - Pt. with pacemaker, ICD or CRT-D device - CABG or PTCA in past 3 months - MI (enzyme +) or AF in past 3 months - 2 nd or 3 rd degree heart block - NYHA IV - Chronic AF - Renal disease:BUN>50mg/dlor Creatinine>2.5mg/dL

7 MADIT-RIT Primary Endpoint PRIMARY (90% power for hazard ratio 0.5 at p<0.05) First episode of inappropriate therapy - B arm vs. A arm - C arm vs. A arm Rationale for first inappropriate therapy (IT) - Expect reprogramming to be common after IT - Protocol allows reprogramming after IT SECONDARY All-cause mortality Syncope MADIT-RIT: Prespecified End Points

8 MADIT-RIT: POPULATION 1,500 pts. enrolled from 98 centers in US, Canada, Europe, Israel & Japan Average follow-up = 1.4 years

9 Baseline Demographic and Clinical Characteristics (no significant differences in 22 variables among the 3 Rx groups) VariableTherapy Group ABC Conventional High-rate Duration-delay >170bpm >200bpm>170bpm (n=514) (n=500) (n=486) Age, yrs Male, % Ischemic, % EF, %

10 Cumulative Probability of First Inappropriate Therapy by Treatment Group

11 Figure 2. Cumulative Probability of Death by Treatment Group

12 Treatment Groups Treatment Group Comparisons Events# of patients B vs. AC vs. A A B C Hazard RatioP-value Hazard RatioP-value n=514 n=500 n=486 First Inappropriate Rx < <0.001 Death 1 st Syncope FREQUENCY AND HAZARD RATIOS FOR INAPPROPRIATE THERAPY, DEATH, AND SYNCOPE BY TREATMENT GROUP

13 Arrhythmias Triggering First Inappropriate Therapies Treatment Group A B C Arrhythmias (# Pts. 1 st Inapp. Therapies) At Fib/Flut Regular SVT Other Note: marked reduction in patients with1 st inappropriate therapies in High-rate (B) and Duration-delay (C) groups for At Fib/Flut and Regular SVT when compared to Conventional therapy (A).

14 Treatment Group P-value A B C B v A C v A n=514 n=500 n=486 no. of patients (% of Rx group) Any Appropriate Therapy Shock 28 (5) 26 (5) 19 (4) ATP 111 (22) 38 (8) 20 (4) <0.001 <0.001 Any Inappropriate Therapy Shock 31 (6) 14 (3) 15 (3) ATP 104 (20) 20 (4) 25 (5) <0.001 <0.001 Any Appropriate and Inappropriate Therapy by Treatment Group

15 MADIT-RIT: CONCLUSIONS Improved ICD programming at high-rate (>200 bpm) or 60sec duration-delay is associated with: 1) ~75% reduction in 1 st inappropriate therapy; 2) ~50% reduction in all-cause mortality We believe the decrease in mortality is related to the reduction in adverse inappropriate shock and ATP therapies.

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