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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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About the Reveal([R]) Family of Insertable Cardiac Monitors Reveal Plus is an earlier iteration of Medtronic's current generation insertable cardiac monitors Reveal([R]) DX and Reveal([R]) XT.
This research report categorizes the global mobile healthcare market into six segments namely cardiac monitors, hemodynamic monitors, respiratory monitors, wearable fitness and wellness, independent ageing and others.
The majority of the cardiac monitors are stationary - meaning mounted at bedsides - but some are on portable carts for easy transport.
To this end, the new generation of ambulatory cardiac monitors is benefiting from the convergence of light-weight materials, short-range device-to-device communications technology and ubiquitous, high QoS wide area networks.
On a global scale, projections for ECG segment indicate a 35% by 2015 leaving the rest of the market to event monitors, cardiac stimulating devices, remote cardiac monitors and holter monitors.