Holter Labs

Phone: 1-888-821-4667
Fax:1-888-821-4677

Mailing Address

PO BOX 25408
Portland, OR 97298

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 7am - 5pm PST
Friday: 7am - 12pm PST
Everyday Lab Hours: (Cardiac Transmissions) - 24/7

Services

Holter Labs provides our customers with a light weight, easy to use, and full featured Digital Holter and Event Recorder. We supply everything that you will need to offer Cardiac monitoring in your office, except for the patients. This all comes at NO COST to your practice; so you have nothing to lose and profits to gain.

1. Holter Monitoring - w\ Sleep Apnea Screening

What is Holter Monitoring?

  • Holter monitoring is a continuous, 24 or 48 hour electrocardiographic (ECG) recording of the heart's rhythm.
  • Electrodes are placed on the chest area with the leads attached to a small recorder.
  • The patient will keep a 24-48 hour diary to record daily activities and any symptoms experienced.
  • It will take ~5 minutes to have the monitor put on a patient.
  • The patient will return the next day to have the monitor removed.

Why is Holter Monitoring performed?

  • This test will help the doctor evaluate the type and amount of irregular heart beats during regular activities, exercise and sleep.

2. Cardiac Event Monitoring

What is Event Monitoring?

  • Cardiac Event Monitoring is used to diagnose any issue with heart rhythms.
  • You take an event recorder home and turn it on when you have symptoms of irregular heartbeats.
  • You keep the recorder for up to a month, and use it whenever you feel any heart problems.
  • The data gets recorded so that your doctor can analyze the irregular beats.

When is Event Monitoring performed?

  • For symptoms such as dizziness, palpitations, shortness of breath, fainting spells, and chest pains.
  • For irregular heart rhythms that may not last long enough to show up on an EKG.

3. Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry (MCOT)

What is MCOT?

  • MCOT monitoring is a continuous tracking of the patients heart rhythms during the cycle in which the service is performed.

When is MCOT performed?

  • For symptoms such as dizziness, palpitations, shortness of breath, fainting spells, and chest pains.
  • For irregular heart rhythms that may not last long enough to show up on an EKG.