RPI provides Holter monitoring services, which aid in diagnosing patients who exhibit syncope, heart palpitations, symptoms of pacemaker malfunctions, and other cardiac problems. Patients receive the studies in the privacy of their own room.
Although a patient demonstrates a normal ECG, Holter recording for 24 continuous hours can detect cardiac arrhythmia which may occur during normal routines or while sleeping. Such ambulatory monitoring provides a more complete study of the heart’s electrical activity over an extended period of time.
Each of our reports contains patient identification, sample strips of abnormalities, hourly tabulations of the heart rate data and any detected arrhythmias. All studies are interpreted by our staff of Board certified cardiologists.