Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring
This is a simple recording of your blood pressure that requires you to wear a cuff on your arm and a small box on a belt around your waist.
Ambulatory ECG monitoring
This is a simple recording of your heartbeat that requires you to wear a small monitor home for 24 or 48 hours.
Exercise tolerance testing
An exercise tolerance test is a recording of your electrocardiogram (ECG) that is taken whilst you are walking on a treadmill.
Head-up tilt test
A head-up tilt test is used to diagnose Vasovagal Syncope (dizziness and fainting).
A pacemaker consists of two major parts: the generator and the lead.
Patient activated monitoring
The patient activated monitor is a very small device that is attached to your chest with two electrodes. You will wear the monitor for five days.