Data Processors, Tape Recording, Electrocardiography

Definition : Data processors designed to acquire and process digital data obtained from electrocardiographic signals previously recorded on tape. Data is transferred from the ambulatory (i.e., Holter) electrocardiography recorder to the processor (also known as a electrocardiogram scanner) for quantification, processing, display, and storage using dedicated software; the processor may also generate reports. Due to the large amount of data recorded, scanning techniques are used to decrease review time. Electrocardiography processors are used to analyze taped continuous and event data; they are intended mainly for the detection of cardiac problems, such as temporary abnormalities, and/or to check progress of therapy (e.g., antiarrhythmic drugs) over a relatively long period of time (e.g., 48 hours).

Entry Terms : "Scanners, Long-Term Recording, Electrocardiography" , "Electrocardiography Tape Recording Processors" , "ECG Monitors, Arrhythmia" , "Recorders, Heart Rate" , "Heart Rate Recorders" , "Holter Monitors" , "Computers, Arrhythmia Monitoring" , "Heart Rate Monitors, ECG" , "Detectors, Arrhythmia" , "Arrhythmia Trend Recorders" , "Arrhythmia Monitors" , "Arrhythmia Detectors" , "Ambulatory Monitors"

UMDC code : 24522

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Mortara Instrument Inc

Company Type: Parent

Mortara Instrument was born with a guiding philosophy: design to a need, keep it simple, and make it economically accessible. Building on this philosophy, Mortara Instrument has created a complete line of electrocardiography products that are well suited to today's health care market.

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