A holter monitor is a small, battery-powered medical device that measures your heart’s activity, such as heart rate and rhythm. You may be asked to use one if the doctor needs more information about how your heart functions than a routine electrocardiogram can give them.
Twenty-four hour holter monitoring is a continuous test to record your heart’s rate and rhythm for 24 hours. You wear the holter monitor for 12 to 48 hours as you go about your normal daily routine. This device has electrodes and electrical leads exactly like a regular electrocardiogram, but it has fewer leads. It can pick up not only your heart’s rate and rhythm but also when you feel chest pains or exhibit symptoms of an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia).
We are providing following Cardiac services
Cardiac consultations are an opportunity for patients to discuss their cardiac problems.
A simple test which uses sound waves (ultrasound) to take a moving picture of your heart.
A small, battery-powered medical device that measures your heart’s activity over 24 hours.
This machine takes blood pressure readings at regular intervals over 24 hours.
Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is a sudden and unexpected death caused by loss of heart of function.
An invasive test to find out if there are any narrowing or blockages in your coronary arteries.
A test that uses high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to make detailed pictures of your heart.
A heart recording device that is implanted in the body underneath the chest skin.
A small device that's placed in the chest or abdomen to help control abnormal heart rhythms.