Holter ECG Faros

ECG Holter is a continuous electrocardiogram (EKG) that constantly records your heartbeat.  

It is a non-invasive and painless diagnostic test that records the electrical activity of the heart over a long period of time ranging from 24 to 72 hours and up to 8 days.

The test is essential for studying arrhythmias, or to identify all those alterations of heart rhythm and symptoms.

 

Who needs an ECG Holter test?

People who feel or suspect an alteration in the heart’s rhythm (tachycardia) or following a heart attack.

To evaluate symptoms and signs that may be heart-related, such as tiredness, shortness of breath, dizziness, or fainting.

People who suffer from palpitations and feel like their heart is skipping a beat, fluttering, or beating too hard or fast.

To those that would like to check if the pacemaker or defibrillator work properly.

People wishing to verify the efficacy of anti-arrhythmic therapy or certain pharmacological therapies.

People who are being treated for heart rhythm problems and want to check if their treatments are working.

  • Light weight with only 32 grams, comfortable to wear during daily activities and while sleeping.
  • Extra small size
  • Monitoring capacity up to 8 consecutive days.
  • 3-channel recording ensures a higher quality of the electrocardiogram monitoring.
  • Built-in automatic detection of significant cardiac episodes.
  • Manual Marker function can be easily activated with a short press on the ON/OFF button.
  • IP67 certification (dust and water resistant).
  • Multiple patented mounting options with ECG cables (5 electrodes, 3 electrodes and FastFix patch) offer the possibility to find the most suitable mounting solution for each patient.
  • Automatic detection of pacemakers.

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Faros is an innovative and versatile ECG Holter (dynamic electrocardiogram) that records the heart’s electrical activity up to 8 consecutive days.

Faros ECG Holter allows to highlight occasional arrhythmias and other unidentifiable cardiovascular pathologies.

Faros must be worn for at least 24 hours during which the patient must continue to perform his daily activities; the device has a dedicated button that the patient can easily press in case of chest pain or other relevant symptoms. (the recorded signal is a precious element for the doctor’s analysis).

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