Event Monitoring

Cardiac Event Recorder

Upon the onset of symptoms, the patient places the Heartrak recorder against his or her chest and presses the record button. The design eliminates the need to hook-up and wear ’patch’ electrodes for extended periods of time, while the small form factor aids in patient compliance as the device can easily be carried in a pocket or purse for quick, yet discreet access.

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

Key Benefits

  • (8) Programmable memory modes, with ability to record up to five cardiac events
  • Easy one-button recording and one-button sending with “autoerase”
  • Universal Compatibility with all ECG receiving systems
  • Pacemaker channel

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? 

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

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