How long does Ambulatory BP monitoring and Holter ECG monitoring take?

Consultant cardiologist Dr. Navin Chandra reveals how long BP and ECG monitoring usually takes.

I’ve worn ambulatory blood pressure and ECG recorders myself for research purposes, and I know how they feel. They’re very straightforward things to use and allow you to perform your normal activities.

We typically do Ambulatory BP monitoring and Holter ECG monitoring for 24 hours. This is to get a sense of what is happening to your blood pressure, heart rate and rhythm over a normal day in your normal environment, doing normal activities…

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