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Ambulatory Holter ECG monitoring is very commonly employed in a variety of clinical settings to detect changes in ventricular repolarization and/or varying degrees of conduction tissue dysfunction that are not easily detected on a standard ECG. Accurate and timely recognition of cardiac arrhythmias is critical to targeting therapies that can have a major impact on a patient’s diagnosis, prognosis, or symptom status. It consists of a device connected to a series of electrodes attached to specific points of the body, which measure the heart’s electrical impulses at regular intervals, keeping a record of them in the internal memory. In our pharmacies it is possible to correctly connect the cardiac holter, booking the day and time, recording the data and communicating them to a telemedicine doctor.

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