Holter ECG: what is it for, what is its role?

Holter ECG: what is it for, what is its role?

The Holter ECG is a device that records a patient’s electrocardiogram for 24 to 72 hours. It continuously records the cardiac electrical signal in order to diagnose a possible rhythmic disorder, a cardiac conduction problem, or to control the evolution of treatment or the proper functioning of a pacemaker. More complete than a simple electrocardiogram,…