Detection of arrhythmias: use of a patient-activated ambulatory electrocardiogram device with a solid-state memory loop.

@article{Brown1987DetectionOA,
  title={Detection of arrhythmias: use of a patient-activated ambulatory electrocardiogram device with a solid-state memory loop.},
  author={Aaron P. Brown and Keith D. Dawkins and J. G. Davies},
  journal={British heart journal},
  year={1987},
  volume={58 3},
  pages={251-3}
}
A patient-activated ambulatory electrocardiogram device with a solid-state memory loop was used to investigate 100 unselected patients experiencing palpitation, dizziness, or syncope. Clinically useful information was obtained in 68% of patients. Frequently, sinus rhythm had been restored by the time the patient activated the device, but the arrhythmia had been stored in the pre-event segment of the memory--a distinct advantage over many other patient-activated devices. This recorder is… CONTINUE READING

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