So you have to have or are training to put on holter monitors! What are they? I will start with the ECG holter monitor. In a similar way to the 12 lead ECG, it records the electrical activity in the heart, predominantly looking at the rate and rhythm. However we tend to only use 3 … Continue reading The Ambulatory ECG
The training of cardiac physiologists has changed a lot through the history of the profession. Personally I did a 4 year honours degree specifically in clinical physiology (cardiology), I worked at my training hospital for that time and was on day release to university for my lectures. Today things are very different. There are two … Continue reading How do you become a Cardiac Physiologist?