A Holter test, also known as an ambulatory electrocardiograph, is a test used by physicians to acquire ECG rhythm abnormalities that do not occur only in office. The Burdick 4250 Holter recorder by Cardiac Science is cleverly designed for monitoring and diagnosing coronary problems in patients with shortness of breath, chest pain, arrhythmias, palpitations, cardiac medication, pacemakers, and history of heart disease, among other conditions.
The lightweight, compact, portable recorder is just half the size of older models and boasts a streamlined, five-button design with a clear LCD display. It provides 5- or 7-lead 3-channel ECG monitoring and displays real-time readings for lead quality checking, minimizing the need for repeat tests. The recorder features a designated event button for patients to mark significant events during testing for further review. It captures ECG data at the rate of 200 samples per second for up to 48 continuous hours and automatically detects pacemakers for complete cardiac function appraisal.
The recorder includes a 512 MB SD card and 5-lead patient cable. It is compatible with both Vision and Vision Premier Holter software systems; data may be directly downloaded to either system with the SD card (included) or a standard USB cable.
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