Cardiac Event Monitor Comparison
With so many types of Cardiac Event Monitors, how can anyone keep track? Well, that is why we created our cardiac event monitor device comparison. Our free comparison provides a comprehensive review of the most common model event monitors, their intended use as well as the device capabilities. Our goal is to help physicians & medical professionals select the right type of cardiac event monitor for their monitoring needs.
Cardiac Event Monitor Comparison:
- Symptomatic Event Monitors (patient activated) – ‘Loop Recorders’ are the traditional form of Cardiac Event Monitors that are recording in a continuous ‘loop’ format. These devices are used in cases where the patient activates the “Event Button” to capture transient symptomatic cardiac events.
- Asymptomatic Cardiac Event Monitors (auto detect) – Auto Trigger Cardiac Event Recorder that has an on board algorithm that can automatically detect & record cardiac abnormalities.
- Wireless Auto Trigger Cardiac Event Monitors – This form of cardiac event monitoring is similar to Mobile Cardiac Telemetry in that it automatically detects and automatically transmits cardiac arrhythmias to the diagnostic laboratory via cellular technology.
- Post Event Monitors (patient activated only) – Post Event Monitoring is a simple form of Cardiac Event Monitoring that record only when manually placed on the chest when a symptom occurs.
- Implantable Cardiac Event Monitors – Implantable Cardiac Event Monitors are extremely rare as they are required to be surgically implanted in the patient.
- Cardiac Event Monitoring Companies – View all the available model Event Monitoring from each leading U.S company.
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