Cardiac Event Monitoring

Cardiac Event Monitoring

Cardiac Event Monitoring is used to diagnose heart rhythm problems that may happen infrequently for a period of up to 30 days. Patients who may benefit from a cardiac event monitor may be experiencing symptoms such as palpitations, dizziness, fainting spells or shortness of breath. These monitors are able to record the electrical activity of a patient’s heart when they feel a particular symptom or when the recorder detects a rhythm abnormality. These recordings can then be transmitted via telephone to our staff of licensed medical providers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An in-depth history of symptoms and activities are taken over the phone along with the transmission of the patient’s events. Each rhythm then undergoes a careful analysis and interpretation by our certified technicians and is confirmed by a specially trained cardiac care nurse who has undergone years of advanced arrhythmia training.

Cardiostaff realizes that each patient has unique symptoms and needs. Therefore, we provide the Right Monitor for the Right Patient at the Right Time. Cardiostaff offers a complete line of monitors that can be customized for each and every patient or physician practice. Our devices include looping, non-looping and auto-trigger models. For a complete description of each of our devices, please click on the links to the right.