A 24 hour Holter monitor will record every heart beat until it is removed. If you have any symptoms while wearing the monitor write them down, noting the time, and bring the list in with you the next day.

A cardiograph (ECG) is performed prior to applying the Holter monitor. This shows your heart rhythm at the time.

It will take approximately 15 minutes to apply the Holter monitor. You will be required to return the next morning to have the holter monitor removed.

The monitor is not water proof so you cannot have a shower or a bath until the monitor is removed.

 
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