The Holter is a recording device that records the electrical activity of your heart for 24 to 48 hours, or for up to 7 days if a digital one is used. A Holter monitor is usually used if an ECG or Echocardiograph of the heart does not give enough information about the heart’s condition.
Charity information: Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)
Reduce the incidence of young sudden cardiac death
Screening young people for any potentially life-threatening cardiac conditions they may have.
Reduce the incidence of young sudden cardiac death.
Activities» Screen young people, however if an ECG and Echocardiograph doesn't give enough information, a holter monitor will then be used.
What success will look like
By identifying the number of young people screened and the number referred on for further testing who may need a holter monitor.
With the increase in number of young people we screen, this will mean that more people will be identified as having a cardiac condition, which will mean they will either be treated for their condition or given advice on how best to manage their condition, reducing the risk of them having a cardiac arrest and the incidence of young sudden cardiac death.
Provide them with information about the number of young people screened and how many were referred on for further testing.
Budget - Project Cost: £1,265Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,265 Holter Monitor Purchasing a holter monitor to diagnose cardiac conditions
Young people screened by CRY who were referred on for further testing.
CRY offers a unique service to the public as CRY is the only charity offering proactive cardiac testing to young people.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Professor Sanjay Sharma
Professor Sharma overseas CRY's screening and Research programme and is a world leading expert in the field of young sudden cardiac death.