By Mark E. Josephson MD, Leonard I. Ganz MD (auth.), Leonard I. Ganz MD (eds.)
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FUTURE STRATEGIES Emerging technologies will continue to change the way diagnoses are made in electrophysiology. In particular, advances in ambulatory monitoring will facilitate the diagnosis of arrhythmia in the outpatient setting. As mentioned here, recent technology has allowed loop recorders to self-trigger in the setting of marked changes in heart rate. This feature will likely improve the diagnostic yield of ILRs used in the evaluation of syncope. Systems capable of recording and transmitting blood pressure and oximetry data in addition to ECG data in the ambulatory setting will eventually become available, and will allow more comprehensive monitoring.
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Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias by Mark E. Josephson MD, Leonard I. Ganz MD (auth.), Leonard I. Ganz MD (eds.)