What are Holter and Event Loop Monitoring Devices?
Irregular heart beats are detected by using Holter and event loop monitors. Holter monitors act as portable devices that record data, as your heart rhythm to be evaluated and studied by your cardiologist. Also a portable device, event loop monitors can be worn for long periods of time, up to several months. Data recorded such as irregular heart rhythm and palpitations, is sent automatically from the device directly to your doctor.
Holter monitoring for residents of Convent Station
With Holter monitoring, several electrodes are attached to your chest by a technician to monitor your heart’s electrical activity. Recorded by a small device that is worn either as a shoulder strap or belt, your heart’s activity and information is then stored. Data is then analyzed at the end of the testing period which usually takes about 2 days.
Event loop monitoring
Similar to the Holter monitor, the event loop monitoring device is worn across the body to track your heart’s data. Simply press a button on the monitor when you feel symptoms such as heart palpitations. Information on your heart’s electrical activity is then sent directly from your monitor to your doctor for analysis. The elongated testing period, which is usually one to four weeks of collecting data, allows our doctor to check and analyze your detailed heart activity and records.
Convent Station, NJ Activities & Nutrition Options
Located within Morris Township, Convent Station is an unincorporated community just a couple miles southeast of Morristown. Check out nearby hiking and biking trails such as Loantaka Brook Reservation and Patriot’s Path. Enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and equestrian trails. Grow your own heart healthy vegetables within the township’s community garden or try a fresh juice at Jungle Juice.
Highly rated Cardiologists and Primary Care Doctors near Convent Station
Our Cardiology Program offers patients access to the highest level of specialization and medical expertise in the region. Our cardiologists see both self-referred and physician-referred patients. Give us a call to make an appointment at one of our convenient locations.