Cardiac Event Monitoring

For recording heart activity only during episodes of abnormal heartbeat.

Recording Abnormal Heartbeats

Cardiac Event Monitoring refers to monitoring ECG only during episodes of irregular heartbeat. This type of recording is typically performed on patients experiencing infrequent symptoms, and the recording is started by the patient when symptoms appear. When doing Holter monitoring, you can choose to process the data in the analysis software as a full disclosure recording (Holter) or event recording (CEM). Bittium has re-invented cardiac monitoring by providing an innovative All-in-one solution, which supports multiple applications. It means that you need only one device for all arrhythmias, regardless of short or long-term measurements. By choosing Bittium Faros™, you will get an ideal solution that provides full disclosure ECG data with intelligent arrhythmia detection.

Key Benefits

Bittium Faros™ ECG Devices

Cardiac arrhythmias are often episodic and difficult to detect in clinical environment. Bittium Faros™ is an ideal solution that provides full disclosure ambulatory ECG data/recording with intelligent arrhythmia detection. Whether executing daily chores, showering, or engaging in sports, the ultra-small and waterproof (IP67) Bittium Faros™ provides premium comfort during short or long-term cardiac monitoring.

Bittium Cardiac Navigator™

Bittium Cardiac Navigator™ software is a flexible and versatile solution for performing clinical Holter ECG analysis. Its user-friendly and informative data presentation and intuitive analysis tools make the software efficient and easy to use when analyzing multiple days of ECG recordings.

Bittium OmegaSnap™ ECG Electrodes

Bittium's wearable patch electrodes are intended to be used with Bittium Faros™ ECG device for the purpose of measuring cardiac ECG signals. Bittium provides different patch electrodes for measuring ECG with one, two or three channels and they connect to the Bittium Faros™ device through a reusable Bittium OmegaSnap™ adapter.