Practical application of holter monitoring in dogs and cats.

  title={Practical application of holter monitoring in dogs and cats.},
  author={J F Petrie},
  journal={Clinical techniques in small animal practice},
  volume={20 3},
  • J F Petrie
  • Published 2005 in Clinical techniques in small animal practice
Holter monitoring is a valuable noninvasive tool for the monitoring of the cardiac rhythm over a prolonged period during normal daily activities. The advent of this diagnostic test has demonstrated that the incidence of serious arrhythmias is much greater than previously determined using routine electrocardiography. A resting electrocardiogram is typically recorded for several seconds to several minutes and is likely to miss or underestimate the underlying arrhythmia. This article will present… CONTINUE READING

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