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1. National Telemetry Technician Credentialing Opportunities
November 20, 2014

A telemetry technician is someone who specializes in the use of remote monitoring technology to help observe and record the activity of the heart from a distance. Individuals who suffer from heart disease, but who have been classified as stable are often admitted to a medical facility in order to allow medical professionals to observe their heart under resting and active conditions. This can be done by connecting a wireless transmitter to a recording apparatus such as an electrocardiogram. Members of the cardiac care team are typically the ones who are responsible for getting patients setup fo... (read more)

Author: Sharon Sinclair

2. Why Use a Mobile Heart Monitor?
May 22, 2014

There are a lot of patients who need to use a mobile heart monitor. This can be used for monitoring cardiac activity, ensuring that the heart is healthy, and helping to make an effective diagnosis when there has been a stroke or heart attack in the recent past. Doctors around the globe are using this new form of technology in order to make it more comfortable and more affordable for patients to learn about the health of their heart. One of the primary benefits to using a mobile heart monitor is that it is mobile. This means that patients no longer have to spend the night at the hospital. They... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

3. 3 Features of a Cardiac Event Monitor
April 02, 2014

A cardiac event monitor is something that patients where in order to have constant communication with the cardiologist or doctor. New technology has made these devices more effective and more personable than ever before. They are comfortable to wear and patients are no longer strapped to a hospital bed in order to have their heart monitored. This allows patients to be more comfortable and doctors to stay on top of their patients more effectively. There are three features found in cardiac event monitors that make all of this possible. Finding such a monitor makes it simple for the doctor a... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

4. What to Expect with Cardiac Telemetry
April 02, 2014

Cardiac telemetry is a form of measuring statistics in an automated fashion. This is then communicated in one way or another to doctors and nurses. New monitors make this communication simpler because of offering wireless formats. This means that patients can be on the go and still have statistics submitted to a doctor. When doctors are able to care for patients in a mobile environment, they can be more productive. It’s not uncommon for a cardiologist to have a thriving practice and spend time in the hospital caring for patients that have had strokes and heart attacks. However, a cardiolo... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

5. Why Doctors are Using Mobile Cardiac Telemetry
January 22, 2014

You’ll find that that doctors around the country are using mobile cardiac telemetry more and more. There are a number of benefits to this method of monitoring cardiac activity. Prior to this technology, doctors would have to request patients to spend the night in a hospital, attached to a variety of wires. The newest systems provide a mobile monitoring system that ensures that patients are able to go about their lives in a more productive manner. Doctors want to provide the highest level of healthcare. The only way that they are able to do this is by being able to make effective diagnoses... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

6. 4 Ways Cardiac Monitoring Has Improved with Modern Technology
January 22, 2014

The days of keeping a patient in the hospital for cardiac monitoring are over. Many patients cannot afford to spend the night in a hospital because the costs are too high. Additionally, most patients have no need to spend the night in a hospital since they are only having their heart monitored. With modern technology, it is possible for doctors to monitor cardiac activity while allowing patients to live their lives in a normal way. There are a variety of advancements made to the cardiac monitor that are highly beneficial to doctors and patients. Real-Time Activity The problem wi... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

7. Why Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry is Popular
December 30, 2013

Anyone who goes into the doctor’s office or the hospital because of heart problems will likely be put onto a cardiac monitor. Mobile cardiac outpatient telemetry is becoming more popular because it allows for more thorough monitoring without a patient having to spend the night in the hospital. Doctors and patients alike are in favor of this telemetry. Healthcare is getting more expensive with each passing year. Even those who have health insurance are finding it difficult to pay the premium as well as the out-of-pocket expenses that go along with being ill. Mobile cardiac outpatient telem... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

8. How Technology Has Enhanced the Cardiac Monitor
December 30, 2013

The standard cardiac monitor that has been available in the healthcare industry for years is designed to monitor the heart’s activity. This includes the pulse rate as well as the rhythm. For those with cardiac disease as well as those who have recently had a heart attack or stroke, the monitor is used to let doctors find out what is going on. It can be used to catch problems early on and ensure that a person is getting the level of healthcare they need. Traditionally, the cardiac monitor was a large machine that was found in hospitals as well as some doctor offices. When a person needed t... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

9. Cardiac Monitoring & Cardiac Rhythm Management
October 23, 2013

"Cardiac Monitoring & Cardiac Rhythm Management" which is divided into two segments, namely, conventional monitoring devices and cardiac rhythm management (CRM) devices; the market is forecast till 2017 Over the years, these devices have evolved greatly from traditional monitoring devices to smaller ones with enhanced utility, sensitivity, automation, and performance. The global cardiac monitoring and cardiac rhythm management market was worth $18.4 billion in the year 2012. Increasing incidence of cardiovascular diseases, technological advancement, rising cost of cardiac disease treatm... (read more)

Author: Bharat Book Bureau

10. Advance Your Healthcare Career as an EKG Technician
October 14, 2013

An EKG technician is a healthcare specialist who is skilled at providing cardiac monitoring services. In most healthcare facilities, the technician is responsible for administering electrocardiograms, setting up patient procedures, recording medical histories, educating patients, assisting with invasive procedures, ensuring high quality test results, and communicating with physicians about studies. The exact nature of the technician job description varies between employers, but nearly every establishment expects those who engage in direct patient care to have some type of formal education, tra... (read more)

Author: Sharon Sinclair

11. Arrhythmia Monitoring Doesn't Have to Take Place in the Hospital
September 20, 2013

Arrhythmia monitoring is something that many cardiologists will request when someone has an irregular heartbeat. Whether it was something you have had on and on for your entire life or it is something that has recently developed, your doctor is likely going to request you to wear a monitor in order to obtain more data as to your heartbeat. This monitor may be worn for 24 hours or even longer. Years ago, arrhythmia monitoring had no choice but to take place within the hospital. It involved a lot of wires hooked to the wall for power as well as hooked to you for monitoring. New strides in t... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

12. Arrhythmia Monitoring Made Simple
September 20, 2013

Arrhythmia monitoring is of the utmost importance. Most people will have an arrhythmia or irregular heartbeat at one point in time or another – and for most, it is completely harmless. As for others, it can be a life or death situation. When there are symptoms that make a doctor question the health of your heart, you may have to use a monitor, per doctor orders. The Types of Arrhythmias There are three common types of arrhythmias. This includes the bradycardia where the heart beats too slow, tachycardia where the heart beats too fast and fibrillation, there the heart is beating at a... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

13. Patient Monitoring Equipment Upgrades for your Medical Facility
September 11, 2013

If you are opening or upgrading your medical clinic or outpatient clinic, there are a few pieces of equipment that you can’t do without. Cardiac monitoring equipment is a must for any medical center that engages in operations, or deals with those who are recovering from heart attacks. Data scope patient monitors allow you to pick up important data about your patients. While fetal monitoring equipment is a must if you are dealing with obstetrics and gynecological patients. Here are some things that you must know about these products. The importance of these equipments cannot be ignored in the m... (read more)

Author: Jet Medical

14. Why Doctors Will Use a Cardiac Monitor
August 20, 2013

If you are a cardiac patient, you may be wondering why a doctor will use a cardiac monitor that is handheld as opposed to hooking you up to one of the larger machines at the hospital. There are a number of reasons why doctors have begun using the smaller monitors. It all comes down to providing you with a better experience that not only is more convenient for you but allows you to receive better healthcare at all times. The cardiac monitor is able to do a variety of different tasks. The average monitor on the market today will: detect issues record data transmit data The cardiac m... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

15. What a Cardiac Monitor is Designed For
August 09, 2013

There are many people with heart problems. The only way for a doctor to find out what is going on with the heart is to monitor it. Unfortunately, not everyone is able to stay at a hospital in order to have constant monitoring. This is because of cost constraints as well as time. The solution is for doctors to use a cardiac monitor. This provides a significant amount of information to the doctor in order to provide the necessary treatment for the patients. The cardiac monitor is first and foremost going to record data regarding the heart. This includes the pulse, various events that take p... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

16. Patients Prefer a Wireless Heart Monitor
July 30, 2013

There are a number of reasons why a wireless heart monitor is used. Doctors are using them more because there are more benefits and patients prefer them. The average heart monitor in a hospital involves a significant amount of wires – and it makes it difficult for a person to be comfortable. Additionally, involves and staying in the hospital because there are so many wires and the cardiac events must be recorded in one way or another. With the invention of the wireless heart monitor, there are no wires to deal with. As a result, patients do not need to stay in the hospital. They can simpl... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

17. Intensive Care Medicine in West Hollywood
May 14, 2013

Critical care medicine, or commonly referred to as intensive care medicine, is the certain branch of medicine concerning the management and diagnosis of conditions that can threaten the life of a person which all require a sophisticated kind of invasive monitoring and organ support. The patients that require an intensive care might need support for their instability (hypotension/hypertension), acute renal failure, respiratory or airway compromise, and the possibility of lethal cardiac arrhythmias, which pertains to the accumulated effects brought about by the failure of multiple organs,... (read more)

Author: Britney White

18. Actalyke XL Is A Premier Analyzer Offering Dual-Well Testing
April 02, 2013

The Actalyke® Activated Clotting Time test system takes a bold step forward in the management of heparin anticoagulation. Actalyke analyzers are for use at the point of care during cardiopulmonary bypass, cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, hemodialysis and other procedures where heparin monitoring with accurate ACT results is needed. For enhanced user flexibility and cost-effectiveness. Actalyke instruments and test tubes are interchangeable with other ACT systems using electromagnetic clot detection principles Accurate Activated Clotting Time (ACT) testing is essential for monitoring ... (read more)

Author: samprras diego

19. What Is An Arrhythmia?
March 08, 2013

An arrhythmia is no laughing matter. While many can be harmless they can also sometimes be a symptom of a greater problem and they can cause problems on their own. Of course, it is important to understand what they are in order to determine the level of concern you should have, and the corresponding course of action you should take. Fortunately, the heart, in all of its complex mechanics, is a very practical organ and that makes it easy to understand how it works. Because of this most arrhythmias, and problems associated with them, can often be treated in simple ways. As you probably ... (read more)

Author: Britton Connell

20. Growing market of health care industry and cardiac monitoring equipments
February 27, 2013

Even the men had made so much progress in science and technology but still unable to manage his body eternal and free from diseases. In order to conquest over the various diseases that people faced scientist develop various equipments to keep vigil over body and recognize early possible symptoms of any ill and cure it within the time limit. Due to awareness of people and growing complexities of diseases, medical industry is enjoying longer boom period over other industry. It is the industry which grows irrespective of inflation or depression period of economy. Even the government is providin... (read more)

Author: Jet Medical

21. Used cardiac monitors to observe heart rates - An Overview
February 21, 2013

A cardiac monitor is a medical device used to observe “unusual movements” in a patient’s heart. The equipment is highly beneficial when it comes to treating heart patients. The monitor is used for continuous monitoring of heart movements so that doctors can take action immediately as soon as it detects any unusual movement. Thus it prevents any heart related emergency situation from taking place. Patient wear the device while it records and transmit the cardiac signals which are interpreted by trained technicians. There are a variety of cardiac monitors available in terms of size, cost ... (read more)

Author: Samuel Linares

22. Cardiac Monitoring Equipment: A life saver equipment for the cardiac patients
February 07, 2013

As the technology has been advancing in the higher stage the innovation of the medical electronics is also growing widely. There is the availability of anesthetic gas monitor, central stations, electro cardiac graph, fatal monitor, multi parameter patient monitor, patient telemetry, vital signs monitor, monitor/defibrillators etc which plays very vital role in saving the life of the patients. These equipments are available in the market, the pre use devices are also available and they can be rented on a temporary basis also. These are made and tested by the most knowledgeable and talented prof... (read more)

Author: Jet Medical

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