24-Hour Holter Monitoring


At Houston Cardiovascular Care, we offer state-of-the-art 24-hour Holter monitoring services to help us gain valuable insights into your heart's electrical activity over an extended period. Holter monitoring is a crucial diagnostic tool that allows us to detect and analyze irregularities in your heart rhythm that may not be apparent during a standard ECG. Here, we explore our Holter monitoring services, their significance in cardiovascular care, and how they can benefit your heart health.

Dr. Abdelkader Almanfi, our esteemed cardiologist, leads our experienced healthcare team in the interpretation of Holter monitor results. With a commitment to excellence, we ensure that you receive accurate diagnostic assessments and personalized care.

If you require a 24-hour Holter monitor or have concerns about your heart rhythm, please don't hesitate to reach out to us for more information or to schedule an appointment.


The Holter Monitoring Procedure

Here's what you can expect during a 24-hour Holter monitoring procedure:

Holter Monitor Placement: Electrodes are gently attached to your chest, and the Holter monitor is secured in place. You'll carry the device with you as you go about your daily activities.

Daily Activities: While wearing the Holter monitor, we encourage you to maintain your regular routine, including work, exercise, and sleep. It's important to keep a diary noting any symptoms you experience, such as palpitations, dizziness, or chest discomfort.

Data Collection: The Holter monitor continuously records your heart's electrical activity throughout the monitoring period, creating a comprehensive report.

Holter Monitor Removal: After the monitoring period (typically 24 to 48 hours), you'll return to the clinic to have the Holter monitor removed. The recorded data will be meticulously analyzed.

Analysis and Results: The recorded Holter monitor data is carefully analyzed by our cardiologist to detect any irregular heart rhythms or abnormalities.

Results Discussion: The results of your Holter monitoring will be discussed with you, and if necessary, further diagnostic tests or treatment options will be recommended.