Cardiac event monitor

Cardiac event monitor

A cardiac event monitor is a device used to monitor patients with transient cardiac symptoms. An example is the Transtelephonic Cardiac Event Monitor, this monitor contacts ECG technicians, via telephone, on a regular basis transmitting ECG rhythms for ongoing monitoring. The Transtelephonic Cardiac Event Monitor can normally store approximately 5 "cardiac events" usually lasting 30-60 seconds in duration.


ee also

*Holter monitor
*Treadmill testing
*Tilt table test
*Transtelephonic monitor
*Esophageal electrophysiologic procedure
*Intracardiac electrophysiologic procedure


# [ Cardiac event monitor]
# [ Types of monitors and information on ECG monitoring]

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