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Take an Electrocardiogram (ECG) to measure the overall health of your heart and scan for issues over a 7 day period.

7 days Holter ECG monitoring is a continuous test to record your heart’s rate and rhythm for 7 days. You wear the Holter monitor for a week as you go about your normal daily routine.

This device has electrodes and electrical leads exactly like a regular ECG, but it has fewer leads. It can pick up not only your heart’s rate and rhythm but also when you feel chest pains or exhibit symptoms of an irregular heartbeat, or arrhythmia.

Physiologist interpretation is included in the price.


An ECG is a medical test that’s used to measure your heart rate and rhythm. It’s also used to look for other abnormalities that may affect normal heart function. During an ECG, electrodes are placed on your chest to check your heart’s rhythm. You may experience heart rhythm irregularities that don’t show up at the time the ECG is done because you’re only hooked up to the machine for a very brief amount of time.
Abnormal heart rhythms and other types of cardiac symptoms can come and go. Monitoring for a longer period of time is necessary to record these events. The Holter monitor lets your doctor see how your heart functions on a long-term basis. The recordings made by the monitor help your doctor determine if your heart is getting enough oxygen or if the electrical impulses in the heart are delayed or early. These irregular impulses may be referred to as arrhythmias or abnormal heart rhythms.
If you’re already being treated for heart problems, wearing your monitor can help your doctor determine if your medicine is working or if changes need to be made. It can also help them to see why you might be experiencing other symptoms of irregular heartbeat, such as dizziness, faintness, or feeling like your heart is racing or skipping a beat.

Is this the right scan for me?

An Electrocardiogram (ECG) is used to measure the electrical signals sent through your heart. The difference between this and a normal ECG is that you are monitored over 7 Days as you go about your week. Any heart issues that you may think are situational are detected through this method if you believe you have an issue that affects you in your daily life.

If you’re worried about the state of your heart, a 7 day ECG can detect if there is a problem whilst following your daily routine. It is a painless test and is not intrusive to the point that it will impact your usual schedule.

What does the scan do?

If you’ve had a standard ECG scan before, this method is intended to monitor a longer period of time. Fewer electrodes are applied to your body than a standard ECG and no electricity is sent into your body. The process is completely pain-free. The electrodes then measure the signals sent from your heart, over a period of 7 days, which can then be analysed to find out if there are any issues. 

To purchase a Holter ECG 7 Day Monitoring scan, either add this scan to the cart using the button to the right or get in touch with our team via the online chat or by giving them a call.


We are using H3+ Digital Holter Recorder. Weighing in at just one ounce (28 grams), the H3+ Digital Holter Recorder is small and lightweight, making it very comfortable for patients. It provides 3-channel recording with standard pacemaker spike detection and supports continuous recording for up to seven days. Recordings are imported and rapidly analyzed at the Holter Analysis System which provides sophisticated review and powerful editing tools to ensure accurate, quality reporting.


No test preparation is needed.


The Holter monitor is small. It’s slightly larger than a deck of playing cards. Several leads, or wires, are attached to the monitor. The leads connect to electrodes that are placed on the skin of your chest with a glue-like gel. The metal electrodes conduct your heart’s activity through the wires and into the Holter monitor, where it’s recorded.

You wear a small pouch around your neck that holds the monitor itself. It’s important to keep the monitor close to your body during the testing period to make sure the readings are accurate. Your doctor will show you how to reattach electrodes if they become loose or fall off during the testing period.

You’ll get instructions that explain how to take care of your monitor and what not to do while you’re wearing it. It’s important to avoid bathing, showering, and swimming while you’re wearing the monitor.
You’re encouraged to participate in your normal activities during the 7-day Holter test. You’ll be directed to record your activities in a notebook. This helps your doctor determine if changes in heart activity are related to your behaviours and movements.

Wearing the Holter monitor itself has no risks involved. However, the tape or adhesives that attach the electrodes to your skin can cause mild skin irritation in some people. Make sure to tell the technician that attaches your monitor if you’re allergic to any tapes or adhesives.

A 7-day Holter monitor test is painless. However, be sure to record any chest pain, rapid heartbeat, or other cardiac symptoms you have during the testing period.

Our healthcare practitioner will visit you two times – to set up the device recording and pick-up it from you.


A doctor may ask for Holter monitoring if a person has symptoms such as:
  • a fast or slow heartbeat
  • dizziness
  • weakness or fatigue
  • feeling out of breath
  • chest pain
  • a fluttering sensation in the heart
  • an uneven heartbeat
  • the feeling of skipping heartbeats
  • dizziness while using a pacemaker
Many issues that affect the heartbeat only appear sporadically throughout the day, and a person is unlikely to be in a doctor’s office when the problems occur.


Your doctor will need to read your activity journal and analyze the report with the results of the monitor. Depending on the results of the test, you may need to undergo further testing before a diagnosis is made.

The Holter monitor may reveal that your medicine isn’t working or your dosage needs to be altered if you’re already taking medication for abnormal heart rhythm. It’s especially useful in detecting abnormal heart rhythms that are painless and unknown to you.

Wearing a Holter monitor is painless and one of the best ways to identify potential heart problems or other issues.


The functional test results are NOT to be interpreted as a "stand-alone" test. The test results have to be interpreted after correlating with suitable clinical findings and additional supplemental tests/information. Your healthcare providers will explain the meaning of your tests results, based on the overall clinical scenario. Certain medications that you may be currently taking may influence the outcome of the test. Hence, it is important to inform your healthcare provider of the complete list of medications (including any herbal supplements) you are currently taking. This will help the healthcare provider interpret your test results more accurately and avoid unnecessary chances of a misdiagnosis.

How it works

  • Book a visit

    Contact us via our website, email or phone to book your visit. A visit fee will apply depending on your location, regardless of required service(s).

  • Meet our medic

    We come to you on the day your visit is booked. Our medic will have all the required equipment to provide medical care to you and your family at your home, work, or a place of your choice.

  • Get the results

    We deliver results electronically via email, or by post to you and your doctor, if requested. Our medics can liaise with your doctor to help you get the care you need.