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Hol·ter monitor

 (hōl′tər)
n.
A portable device used to measure the electrical activity of the heart over an extended period of time, allowing detection of intermittent arrhythmias and other electrical disturbances.

[After Norman J. Holter (1914-1983), American biophysicist who developed the device.]
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Bittium Cardiac Navigator meant for the analysis of clinical Holter ECG recordings has received medical device approval in Europe.
Charbel Abi Khalil, assistant professor of medicine and genetic medicine at WCM-Q, and consultant cardiologist at the Heart Hospital -- Hamad Medical Corporation, wrote a paper entitled 'Investigating palpitations, the role of Holter monitoring and loop recorders.
Charbel Abi Khalil, assistant professor of medicine and genetic medicine at WCM-Q, and consultant cardiologist at the Heart Hospital - Hamad Medical Corporation, wrote a paper entitled 'Investigating palpitations, the role of Holter monitoring and loop recorders.
The Peerbridge Cor includes patient-activated event logging functionality and a dedicated handheld transmitter for event transmission on Holter, Event and Extended Holter tests for up to seven days.
When someone survives a stroke for which there is no definitive cause (cryptogenic stroke), the patient may be advised to wear a Holter monitor.
Objective: To determine the yield of 48-hour Holter monitoring in children with unexplained palpitations and the significance of associated symptoms.
Holter monitors are small, portable, and battery-powered devices that help monitor and measure the electrical activity of a person's heart continuously for 1-2 days.
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Instinct is a thrilling, action-packed adventure, brought to life by Holter Graham's superb performance.
An easy-to-use skin-patch device detected 96 arrhythmia events during 2 weeks of use, compared with 61 events detected using 24-hour Holter monitoring, in a study of 146 patients referred for evaluation of cardiac arrhythmias.
Writer Ike Holter, 27, and director Eric Hoff, 30, tell the tale of the first night of the Stonewall riots in Hit the Wall, now having its New York premiere at the Barrow Street Theatre, just a couple blocks from the Stonewall Inn, after having been staged twice in Chicago last year.
Supply of a Holter branded work station, 5 Holter recorders & 10 Holter recording cables.