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Total Recorder Standard Edition 8.4 Serial 53 ((FULL))

Patient-operated intermittent ECG recordings could potentially improve the diagnosis of transitory ECG changes in such patients and may give results comparable to standard external loop event recorders [5, 6]. The advantage of such devices compared to standard external loop event recorders is that they are reasonably priced and easy to use, especially as no external electrodes are necessary.

total recorder standard edition 8.4 serial 53

While approaches for detecting AF vary,5 doing a conventional 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) or 24-h Holter monitoring are typically seen as the standard and cost-effective methods for detecting occult AF.6 Prolonged ECG monitoring may improve the detection rate of AF, but it is relatively expensive and inconvenient, thereby limiting its widespread use in clinical practice.7,8 A standard 12-lead ECG is a basic and mandatory device in all hospitals, and remains a gold standard modality for the diagnosis of AF.9 A retrospective study suggested that serial ECGs could improve the detection rate of paroxysmal AF when compared to a single ECG in patients with acute ischemic stroke, and the sensitivity of AF detection was not different between serial ECGs and 24-h Holter monitoring.10


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