24-Hour Heart Monitor


“Doctor, I have never had it!..” patients usually tell, when doctor detects heart problems for the first time. Obviously, developing disorder has not given warning signs until recently. However, now the noticed symptoms say about lost time.

You should evaluate your health state on regular basis and be able to help yourself resist inevitable stress and be effective and successful. Timely advice given by a doctor will help you stop bad process in your heart and avoid oncoming danger. All joys and sorrows are linked with our heart state. 24-Hour Heart Monitor is one of the most informative methods of cardiovascular system work control.

Electrocardiography (ECG) is a method of heart electric work control. The point is that every heart cell has electric properties. When some cells lack blood flow they become suffering. Their electric properties change and the changes can be visualised on the ECG report.

24-Hour Heart Monitor is a nonstop record of heart work during the day or some days. Patient carries a small (palm-size) device with him. It is put on and the patient lives his normal life. The patient does recommended exercises. They may include walk, climbing upstairs on the definite floor, and bike simulator. The device records heart work during the day. The patient keeps a record of his heart state. The patient takes off the device in 24 hours. The data is transferred to the computer. Doctor follows up the heart work stroke by stroke taking records done by the patient into account. Doctor makes conclusions according to the data and makes necessary recommendations for treatment.

Thus all person’s possible heart problems can be registered and analysed.

Some possible heart conditions may include for instance:

  • Pain in heart region is disturbing. What is it? This may be really heart problems or intercostal neuralgia or any other neuralgic problem.
  • You feel dizzy and nearly faint. Have you ever passed out? This may be something vascular, or related to veins, or your heart is constricting too infrequently or too frequently and your brain lacks oxygen.
  • Your heart is working irregularly. This may be a problem in stomach or gall bladder affecting the heart or this may dangerous heart rhythm disorder.
  • Shortness of breath is developing, tiredness, excessive sweating and chest pain. This may be painless ischemia or preinfarction state.