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Electrocardiographs, Ambulatory, Event

Definition : Ambulatory electrocardiographs (ECGs) designed for recording the variations of the electric potential caused by the electrical activity of the heart muscle, usually detected at the body surface typically from three to twelve leads simultaneously during a cardiac event. The instrument usually records ECG signals using an electronic storage device (or tape recorder) and it is activated by the patient. The electronic storage device usually includes detachable chest surface electrodes. The recorded signals are analyzed in a processor that includes dedicated software. Event ambulatory ECGs are usually worn by the patient for a period of several weeks during normal activities; they are used to detect transient cardiac problems (e.g., variable heart rate, arrhythmia), after myocardial infarction, or other problems of possible cardiac origin (e.g., dizziness, palpitations). Ambulatory event ECGs are not intended for a real-time assessment of the electrocardiogram or other cardiac conditions.

Entry Terms : "Ambulatory Electrocardiographs, Event" , "Recorders, Electronic Storage, Data, Electrocardiography, Event"

UMDC code : 18362

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AliveCor Inc

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Arrhythmia Research Technology Inc

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Arrhythmia Research Technology, Inc. (ART) was founded in 1981 specifically to capitalize on the marketing of certain patents or licenses concerning the application of signal-averaged electrocardiography (SAECG) for the detection of cardiac late potentials. Today, ART continues to broaden its portfolio of solutions and products through the acquisition and deployment of world class technologies, people and processes.

Braemar Inc

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Braemar builds successful OEM relationships by providing advanced technology, high reliability, and quality products and engineering services. Working closely with our customers, we develop and produce devices to their specific requirements while ensuring easy integration with their systems and applications.

Forest Medical LLC

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The Value Leader In Holter Monitoring Forest Medical, LLC has been a long term pioneer in the development of digital Holter monitoring technology and is today's value leader in Holter Monitoring Systems.

Integrated Medical Devices Inc

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Integrated Medical Devices, Inc. is a medical device company committed to designing and developing superior medical electronics to the medical marketplace. Incorporated in the state of New York in December of 1992, IMD is a privately held New York State corporation

Lohman Technologies

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Mednet Healthcare Technologies Inc

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Mednet Healthcare Technologies, Inc., established in 1989, provides a remote cardiac monitoring solution that features both patient monitoring services and medical device manufacturing. Mednet provides services, nationwide to thousands of physicians from hundreds of hospitals, and offices.

Medtronic Inc

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At Medtronic, we're changing the face of chronic disease. By working closely with physicians around the world, we create therapies to help patients do things they never thought possible.

NorthEast Monitoring Inc

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NorthEast Monitoring, Inc. implements ISO-13485 Quality Control Standards throughout design, manufacture, and all service stages.NorthEast Monitoring, Inc. is also CE Certified.Over the twenty years of our core Lab's activity, we have kept close track of continuous ECG monitoring devices. NorthEast's digital 12-Lead Holter monitor combines 3-channel beat-to-beat Holter with high fidelity standard digital 12-Lead ECGs every minute.

QRS Diagnostic

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Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Maple Grove, Minnesota, QRS Diagnostic designs and develops software-based medical devices which cost 25 percent to 50 percent less than traditional devices.

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