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Holter Monitor
100Holter Monitor


6 Months / 15 Minutes
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12 Months / 60 Minutes
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Moderate


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About[]

A Holter monitor (also called an Ambulatory electrocardiography device), named after its inventor, Dr. Norman J. Holter. A Holter monitor or ambulatory electrocardiography (EKG) device is a small, mobile healthcare device that monitors heart rhythms while a person is engaged in normal activities (USUALLY 24 HOURS OR MORE). The ambulatory electrocardiography (EKG) consists of 3 to 7 electrodes that are attached to the surface of the person’s skin. The electrodes are wired to a small Holter monitor that can fit in a shirt pocket. Some Holter monitors can be worn around a person’s waist or neck. Usually, a Holter monitor is powered by batteries.

Manufacturers[]

Life Support Systems Inc.

Models[]

ER700

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