Ambulatory electrocardiographic monitoring is still a useful tool in the hands of the clinical cardiologist, for both the diagnosis of many pathologies and the management of long-term therapy. The evolution of the instrumentation, which has become sophisticated but at the same time more manageable and easy to use, has made it possible to evaluate many parameters and data. The aim of this review is to provide a general overview of this old, but not obsolete tool, to describe the main indications for its use in the light of new scientific evidence and to offer a practical guide for its appropriate use and reporting.

Ambulatory dynamic Holter monitoring: a practical guide to appropriate use and reporting in clinical cardiology

Russo, Vincenzo;Golino, Paolo;Nigro, Gerardo
2018

Abstract

Ambulatory electrocardiographic monitoring is still a useful tool in the hands of the clinical cardiologist, for both the diagnosis of many pathologies and the management of long-term therapy. The evolution of the instrumentation, which has become sophisticated but at the same time more manageable and easy to use, has made it possible to evaluate many parameters and data. The aim of this review is to provide a general overview of this old, but not obsolete tool, to describe the main indications for its use in the light of new scientific evidence and to offer a practical guide for its appropriate use and reporting.
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