ER 920
Event Monitoring

Superior Ambulatory Monitoring with Atrial Fibrillation and Arrhythmia Detection Algorithms

The simple single button operation allows patients to document and record symptomatic transient cardiac events; including syncope, palpitations, dizziness, chest discomfort and shortness of breath. The Braemar ER920/ER920AF Cardiac Event Monitors enhance diagnostic yield further with embedded algorithms that automatically trigger recordings of asymptomatic events such as atrial fibrillation, bradycardia, tachycardia and cardiac pause.

Take a look at our instructional materials to get set up quickly.

Key Benefits

  • Diagnostic Embedded Algorithms that Automatically Trigger Recordings Of Asymptomatic Events
    Including Atrial Fibrillation, Brady Arrhythmia, Tachy Arrhythmia and Cardiac Pause
  • Large Single Button Operation for Symptomatic Event Recording and Transmission of Event
  • Large LCD Display
    Confirms Device Operation
    Confirms Battery Life
    Confirms Number of Events Remaining
  • Field Upgradeable Firmware
  • 30 Minute Programmable Looping Memory
  • > 30 Days of Battery Life with Two AAA Batteries with Arrhythmia Algorithm On
    Reduces Cost of Ownership
  • Pacemaker Detection
  • Lead Loss Detection
  • 1x or 3x for Data Transmission or Direct Upload via Serial Port
  • Simple Patient Operation with One Button Record and Send

Popular Topics

Get quick answers to some of our most common questions.

Why do I have to wear a heart monitor? 

Is it okay to wear the monitor while exercising? 

Can I travel with the monitor? 

Should I wear the monitor at all times? 

Will the monitor alert me if my heart is in an irregular rhythm? 

Will you contact me if I have an arrhythmia? 

How much will this cost me, and when will I get billed? 

If I send the monitor back before my service is over will my bill be reduced? 

Where can I go to pay my bill? 

How can I get copies of my reports sent to me or another physician? 

Why am I getting a call to return my device when I already sent it back? 

I forgot to include something in my return, what should I do?  

How does the monitor activate? How do I start service? 

Does the monitor record events on its own? 

What position does each lead wire/ electrode go? 

If I have symptoms, how do I record them? Do I have to record symptoms? 

How do I shower while wearing the monitor? 

How often should I change the electrodes? 

What do I do if I experience a skin reaction to the electrodes? 

Where do I put the monitor when I'm wearing it? 

Do I have to change the battery? 

Why is the monitor making noise? 

How can I adjust the volume? 

How will I know when my service is over? 

When will my physician get my results? 

How do I return this device? 

Where is return mailer to send this back? 

Technical Specifications