Holter monitoring

What is a Holter ECG (Holter ECG) scan?

Holter monitoring is a diagnostic test that records heart rhythm and frequency in various everyday situations. It allows long-term recording of the electrocardiogram (ECG), recording the heart rhythm at rest and during normal activities. Holter monitoring is used in young patients who complain of intermittent rapid pulse, in athletes and in older patients with a history of heart disease and complaints of dizziness or loss of consciousness. For people who have already been diagnosed with heart disease and are undergoing treatment, a Holter monitor provides valuable data on the effectiveness of medication. The examination is non-invasive and completely painless.

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When should I have a Holter monitor?

A Holter ECG should be performed if you have:

and if:

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Holter monitoring