insertable loop recorder

insertable loop recorder

Cardiology An implantable Pt-activated monitoring system that records subcutaneous EKGs in Pts with Sx suggestive of arrhythmia. See Holter monitoring.
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Contract awarded for:Supply of very small insertable loop recorder
The subject of this quotation is the supply of very small insertable loop recorder. Quantity requested 3 units.
Marketou et al., "Severe bradyarrhythmias in patients with sleep apnoea: the effect of continuous positive airway pressure treatment: a long-term evaluation using an insertable loop recorder," European Heart Journal, vol.
Severe bradyarrhythmias in patients with sleep apnoe: the effect of continuous positive airway pressure treatment: a long term evaluation using an insertable loop recorder // Eur.
Syncope Etiology Testing: Diagnostic Yield in Literature Test/Procedure Yield * History and physical (including carotid sinus massage) 49%-85% ECG 2%-11% Electrophysiology study (without structural heart disease) 11% Electrophysiology study (with structural heart disease) 49% Tilt table test (without structural heart disease) 11%-87% Ambulatory ECG monitors: Holter 2% External loop recorder (2-3 weeks' duration) 20% Insertable loop recorder (up to 14 months' duration) 65%-88% Neurologic work-up (head CT, carotid Doppler) 0%-4% * Based on average time to diagnosis of 5.1 months.
In practice, nurses now may more often encounter a patient who has had or will have implanted an insertable loop recorder (ILR), Reveal Plus[R].
The high cost of syncope: Cost implications of a new insertable loop recorder in the investigation of recurrent syncope.
Reveal Plus[R] insertable loop recorder: [Brochure].
Reveal Plus[R] 9526 insertable loop recorder system.
(2001) Reveal Plus[R] Insertable Loop Recorder (ILR) Model 9526.
Syncope Etiology Testing: Diagnostic Yield in Literature Test/Procedure Yield* History and physical (including carotid sinus massage) 49%-85% ECG 2%-11% Electrophysiology study (without structural heart disease) 11% Electrophysiology study (with structural heart disease) 49% Tilt table test (without structural heart disease) 11%-87% Ambulatory ECG monitors: Holter 2% External loop recorder (2-3 weeks' duration) 20% Insertable loop recorder (up to 14 months' duration 65%-88% Neurologic work-up (head CT, carotid Doppler) 0%-4% *Based on average time to diagnosis of 5.1 months.
A study published in a recent issue of the journal Circulation shows that patients who experience recurrent unexplained syncope (fainting) have a greater chance of being diagnosed if physicians use a Reveal Insertable Loop Recorder (ILR).