Cardiac Event Monitors
Cardiac Event Monitors can vary significantly in function and capabilities. There are symptomatic cardiac event monitors, auto-trigger event monitors, post event monitors, wireless auto trigger event monitors and implantable cardiac event monitors. Although many vary in function, all cardiac event monitors are designed to capture cardiac abnormalities in the ambulatory environment over a longer monitoring period.
The leading U.S Cardiac Event Monitors include:
Applied Cardiac Systems (ACS) has been a leading provider of ambulatory cardiac monitoring in the Cardiology for more than 30 years. ACS specializes in the design manufacturing and support of Holter and Cardiac Event Monitoring.
BioTelemetry offers the greatest flexibility in cardiac event monitoring options through the various mergers & acquisitions of other cardiac event monitoring companies / manufacturers. These include:
Biomedical Systems is an ambulatory cardiac event monitoring company established in 1975. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Bioedical specializes in offering cardiac event monitoring services to cardiovascular clinics and clinical research facilities worldwide.
Braemar has been manufacturing cardiac event monitors for more than 20 years. Braemar offers a variety of event monitors including the ER920w Wireless Event Monitor, ER900L Event Monitor, ER910/920 Event Monitor and the PER Non Looping Event Monitor.
CardioNet Inc. is a U.S leading provider of ambulatory cardiac monitoring products and services including Cardiac Event Monitoring. The models include the wEvent, the Dual Alert A Fib Event Monitor the Looping Event Recorder and the Non Looping Event Recorder.
Lifewatch is the second largest Cardiac Event Monitoring service company in the United States. Lifewatch has a complete line of event monitors with ranging capabilities. The models include the LifeStar Express Auto Detect Looping recorder, the Explorer Looping Recorder and Micro ER Looping Recorder.
Mednet has been a significant player in the Cardiac Event Monitoring space. Mednet is a leading OEM company that provides Event Monitors to other service organizations. Mednet has 3 models – Heartrak Smart AF Auto Trigger Event , the Heartrak Smart Looping Recorder and the Heartrak Post Event Recorder.
Medicomp is a steady player in ambulatory monitoring with Cardiac Event Monitoring being a core product and service for their customers. Unlike many other companies that offer Cardiac Event Monitoring, Medicomp manufactures their own event monitoring devices.
Preventice (previously known as eCardio) is one of the largest service-only companies to offer Cardiac Event Monitoring services. Preventice offers three devices – ER920W Wireless Event Monitor, the eTrigger Auto Detect Looping Monitor and the eCardio Post Event Recorder.
Spacelabs is known in history for the acquisition of Del Mar / Reynolds who invented 24 hour ambulatory Holter Monitoring. Spacelabs manufactures their own Cardiac Event Monitor and receiving software for medical facilities worldwide.