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Hol·ter

(hōl'tĕr),
Norman, U.S. biophysicist, 1914-1983. See: Holter monitor.
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Based on recordings, the software provides information about the electrical cardiac activity of the heart, typical of Holter ECG analysis, and in particular, about arrhythmia and other exceptional events.
Holter monitoring involves having a battery-operated monitor attached to a patient's clothing which monitors electrocardiogram (ECG) readings through electrodes attached to the skin.
Under the trial, the company evaluated the Peerbridge Cor side-by-side to the traditional gold standard Holter Monitor technology in capturing multi-channel diagnostic grade ECG in patients with Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and other arrhythmias.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global Holter monitors market to grow at a CAGR of 5.
between April and July 2012 were fitted simultaneously with a 24-hour Holter monitor and a Zio Patch, which is a lightweight, single-use electrocardiographic (ECG) device that was attached over the left pectoral region of the patient's chest by an adhesive patch.
I've always been fascinated by Stonewall and its late-'60s revolutionary zeal," says Holter.
Listening to Julia Holter discuss music school, you sense mild survivor's trauma.
The analysis of Holter recordings also indicated lower incidence of premature ventricular contractions (PVC, a single abnormal beat) in patients treated with ADRCs.
This is an ACR accredited Independent Diagnostic Testing Facility specializing in Diagnostic Ultrasound, Holter Monitors, Specialized Holter Monitors.
For further information, contact Bruce Holter at (512) 305-6842 or by e-mail at: bruce.