Workflow Streamlined With Updated Holter System

 

July 30, 2010

July 30, 2010 – An upgraded Holter monitoring system now features Windows 7 compatibility, improved Bluetooth functionality, advanced editing capabilities and multiple final report customization options. The upgrades to the Welch Allyn Holter System are designed to optimize clinician workflow for easier, faster and more efficient evaluations.

The system’s Bluetooth upgrade improves the device’s ability to pair wirelessly with a recorder in a matter of seconds — reducing valuable time spent on set-up and improving overall patient flow in the office. The software allows for less time prepping and more time interacting with the patient.

The new software also features updated reviewing and analytical options. Caregivers can now enjoy superior editing efficiency on completed studies and more options for tailor-made summary reports once analysis is complete.

Introduced in 2006, Welch Allyn Holter devices offer caregivers easy-to-use software and recorders that help detect abnormalities in a patient’s heart rhythm over an extended period of time. The lightweight, compact profile maximizes comfort and flexibility by giving fast, easy, and cost-effective access to the electrical activity of a patient’s heart. Welch Allyn offers two different recorders, HR 100 and HR 300, and now three different software packages to give clinicians the information they need safely and efficiently.

For more information: www.welchallyn.com

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