cardiac telemetry

car·di·ac te·lem·e·try

transmission of cardiac signals (electric or pressure derived) to a receiving location where they are displayed for monitoring.
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Bittium Faros is ultra-small and lightweight, which enables precise full disclosure ECG measurements for long-term Holtering, cardiac event monitoring, mobile cardiac telemetry and assessing autonomic nervous system functions.
This is important because mobile cardiac telemetry (MCT) devices that provide real-time monitoring of a patient's heart rhythm over a longer period of time are vital for AFib detection.
"The idea of using a machine to monitor and analyze heart beat variability and interfering beats so as to alert the user of potential AF events may well improve the field of cardiac telemetry, but Plaintiffs do not identify improvements to any particular computerized technology.
Also, cardiac telemetry monitoring did not reveal any evidence of supraventricular arrhythmias, including atrial fibrillation.
In addition to the services already offered by Telemedx, Alliance will provide ancillary services to Telemedx clients including video-monitored ambulatory EEG, long-term ICU-EMU monitoring, mobile cardiac telemetry, and outpatient home sleep testing.
Major factors contributing to the growth of the market includes rising incidences of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) which remains as the leading cause of death around the world; and increased adoption of mobile cardiac telemetry devices which enables longer and precise monitoring.
The control group was a 20-bed cardiac telemetry unit.
The NUVANT Mobile Cardiac Telemetry (MCT), by Corventis, provides continuous remote monitoring of cardiac abnormalities in mobile patients.
New graduate RNs in the DTU start their practice of nursing on the 21-bed inpatient medical/surgical/ cardiac telemetry unit.
A detailed discussion with your primary physician (and specialists, if you have them) is crucial to assess the risk of fracture from osteoporosis versus the risk of a cardiac event," says Erica Jones, MD, director of the Cardiac Telemetry Unit at Weill Cornell Medical Center.