CARDIAC HOLTER MONITOR
Aritmie, Tachicardie, Palpitazioni, Battiti Irregolari
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Holter ECG Walk Free: Records heart activity for 24 hours, 3 leads, wireless. You will receive the report signed by the cardiologist directly at your home.
Thanks to the combined use of decentralised single-use electrodes and state-of-the-art hardware and software technology, Walk Free allows continuous recording of a 3-channel ECG in a time that can range from 24 hours up to 9 days. Excellent quality of the sample signal and high comfort for the patient, are just some of the features of this new device.
Primarily indicated for monitoring heart arrhythmias over a long time, Walk Free is a wearable, wireless recorder that can be used on adults and children, without impacting in any way on normal daily activities.
What is an ECG holter?
The dynamic electrocardiogram (commonly abbreviated to Holter ECG) is a particular type of electrocardiogram that allows you to continuously record, for several days, your cardiac activity. The Holter ECG Walk Free device is lightweight, waterproof (you can take a shower with it) and allows accurate monitoring of heart activity for 24 consecutive hours. The size and reduced weight allow the patient to wear the instrument comfortably during all day-to-day activities, including sports activities. The medical report is always signed by a specialised cardiologist and will be available soon after the device has been returned. You can take the exam comfortably receiving the device at home, avoiding long lines at hospitals and downloading the report safely from our website.
What is it for?
Holter ECG allows to highlight arrhythmias and other cardiovascular events not identifiable with a standard electrocardiogram, which has a recording time limited to a few seconds; since such events are often occasional and may occur in an unpredictable and unexpected way, the Holter ECG Walk Free is able to record heart activity for a whole day.
Who is the exam recommended for?
People who experience or suspect alterations in the normal rhythm of the heart (tachycardia) or following a heart attack.
Carriers of pacemaker or defibrillator in order to evaluate its proper functioning.
People who often suffer from chest pain to make sure that there is no alteration of the path that may be compatible with the presence of coronary artery disease.
Those who wish to carry out a check on the effectiveness of antiarrhythmic therapy or certain pharmacological therapies.