Holter monitors have improved tremendously over the last decade. Most companies have improved the device size, weight, ECG quality and recording capabilities. In fact, some of the Holter monitors in the market today have the capability to record for a period of 24 hours to up to 14 days. Further, some devices also perform both Holter and cardiac event monitoring capabilities in the same device.
These are some of the leading model Holter monitor devices in the U.S.
Hemodynamics Company is a new company to enter the Long Term Holter monitoring space with their wearable ECG monitor called the EZecg Patch. The Hemodynamics EZecg Patch is seeking fill a void in the market created by other Traditional & Patch Monitors that deliver poor ECG quality, long turnaround time & limited ECG information reported.
Applied Cardiac Systems (ACS) is a U.S leader in Holter Monitoring. ACS provides solutions geared towards the Cardiology market segment. ACS has 3 model Holter monitor devices. The ACS Performer Plus, the ACS 2010 Holter Monitor & the 2003 Holter Monitor
CardioNet is a U.S leader in Cardiac Monitoring. CardioNet is best known for pioneering Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry (MCOT) but now offers Holter Monitor equipment with the acquisition of Braemar instruments. CardioNet offers the Braemar DL 900, the DL 800, and the DL 1200 model devices.
GE is known as an industry giant in the medical industry. Much like other products from GE, the Holter monitoring equipment is built for reliability. GE offers the SEER Light as well as a CM 4000 Holter monitors
iRhythm provides a newer version among traditional Holter monitors in a form of a wearable patch capturing continuous ECG data for an extended period of up to 14 days. The iRhythm monitoring device is called the ZIO® Patch.
MediComp is an ambulatory cardiac monitoring company that has been in business for 3 decades. MediComp is known for manufacturing their own devices including Holter monitor products.
MidMark is a diversified medical company with product offering ranging from examination tables to Holter Monitor products. MidMark as made their ‘mark’ by providing a seamless EMR interface that other Holter companies have struggled to implement.
Mortara Instruments is a Holter Monitor company that takes great pride in the research sector of the ambulatory cardiac monitoring industry. Mortara has the H3+™ and the H12+™ Holter monitor devices as well as recently acquired Burdick 4250 Holter Monitor products.
Phillips is another industry giant that entered the Holter monitor space with the acquisition of Zymed. Phillips has been a serious player in the industry with a greater emphasis in the hospital segment rather than private practice.
ScottCare is a cardiac rehab telemetry company that offers a variety of Holter monitoring solutions. Scottcare offers the Chroma for traditional 24-48 hour Holter monitoring and recently introduced the novi™ wireless patch Holter monitor.
Welch Allyn is another well diversified medical products company with a Holter Monitor product. Welch Allyn is primarily ordered out of a catalog rather than any direct penetration for their Holter monitor products. Welch Allyn makes the HR 100 Holter Monitor and the HR 300 Holter Monitor