Tag Archives: heart monitoring devices

The Event Monitor – Cardiac Monitoring Services

30 Jul

Offering its heart monitoring devices to medical facilities and physicians in the Irvine, California, area free of charge, Cardiac Monitoring Services works to provide medical professionals and patients with state-of-the-art clinical technology. Pioneered by Cardiac Monitor Services,  both devices are comfortable, non-invasive monitors that can be worn for more than 24 hours.

The Event monitor, for example, can be worn for more than 30 days. Unlike the company’s other monitor, the Event monitor records heart information only when symptoms occur. Ideal for patients who do not experience symptoms like dizziness, palpitations, chest pain, or other symptoms every day, the Event monitor is attached directly to the patient’s chest and activated when he or she presses a button. After the recommended period, the data from the monitor is securely transferred to the company, where a report is compiled and sent back to the physician or medical facility within 24 hours and can be sent STAT upon request.

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Congenital Heart Conditions

1 Jul

Cardiac Monitoring Services is a healthcare and medical technology company that specializes in the production of state-of-the-art heart monitoring devices to be used by medical professionals. The technologies developed by Cardiac Monitoring Services including a 30-day event monitor and the Holter device, both of which are useful to doctors in making accurate diagnoses of heart conditions.

Last fall, the American Heart Association released a list of the most common heart defects affecting Americans today. Unlike heart disease, congenital heart defects involve structural issues within the cardiovascular system that generally evolve from an unusual formation of major blood vessels around the heart. Advances in cardiovascular technologies, such as heart monitors, have made it possible to monitor and even cure defects that were once thought to be permanent and sometimes fatal. The American Heart Association broke down its list of common congenital heart defects into 15 categories, including aortic valve stenosis (AVS), complete atrioventricular canal defect (CACD), Ebstein’s Anomaly, and single ventricle defects.