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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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"Global Cardiac Holter Monitor Market to Reach US$ 503.8 Million by 2024, Stimulated by Increasing Preference for Minimally Invasive Diagnostic Tools - IMARCGroup"
The holter monitor is worn for 12-48 hours as the patient goes about doing his normal daily routine.
The next step would be to use a Holter monitor. These can be used as a diagnostic and prognostic tool but also as a method of monitoring patient with a diagnosed condition to ascertain how they are responding to the treatment.
Patients showed a clear preference for the water-resistant patch, saying that it affected just 10% of their activities of daily living, compared with 76% of activities affected by the Holter monitor. The patch was comfortable to wear, according to 94%, and 52% said the Holter monitor was comfortable.
A patient using a Holter monitor drops it off at a hospital where the data on the heart's function is collected and analyzed.
At present, patients considered at risk of heart disease are connected to Holter monitors, which measure their heart beats over a period of 24 to 48 hours and identify any irregularities.
Palpitations that occur sporadically or regularly should be evaluated with a 24-hour Holter monitor, and an echocardiogram of the heart valves should be done.
A WMTS optimized reference radio design (EVAL-ADF7021DBZ6) includes schematics and layout files, and can be a starting point for your wireless ECG Holter monitor design.
If the initial evaluation suggests a sinus tachycardia with narrow QRS complexes and no identifiable secondary cause, a 24-hour Holter monitor is usually recommended (strength of recommendation: C, based on expert opinion).
They decide to buy a holter monitor, which costs $5,000.
Continuous heart rate monitoring was performed using a five-lead Holter monitor from Cardio Data Systems, Model Dynacord 3 Channel Model 423 (Haddonfield, NJ).