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At Portea, we offer health care services, including nurses for home care, doctor consultations, physiotherapy at home, and caretakers. Additionally, you can find the Holter Monitor Trak 48 for rent or purchase. This small, battery-powered device measures your heart’s activity, providing valuable information about its rate and rhythm. It offers continuous acquisition of high-quality ECG readings, allowing you to monitor your heart conveniently. Choose Portea for top-quality medical equipment, including the BPL Digital Holter Trak 48, and experience the ease of heart monitoring from the comfort of your home.


  • WEIGHT- 42 grams (excluding battery),
  • DIMENSIONS-68mmX53mmX16mm.


  • Compact and Lightweight,
  • Fully Programmable,
  • High Fidelity,
  • High-Quality Performance,
  • 12-Lead/ 3 Channel Two Work Modes,
  • Lower Power Consumption,
  • Removable SD Card,
  • LCD Display,
  • Pacemaker Detection,
  • Two Optional Modes of ECG Data Transfer.


1. What is a 48-hour Holter monitor?

A 48-hour Holter monitor is a medical device that records and measures the heart rate, rhythm, and type of heartbeat over a continuous period of 48 hours. This test helps detect abnormal heart rhythms, heart rate variations, or missed beats (palpitations) that may not be evident during a short-term electrocardiogram (EKG) recording. It provides valuable information to healthcare professionals for diagnosing and managing heart-related conditions.

2. What is a normal Holter monitor result?

A normal Holter monitor result indicates no significant changes or abnormalities in the heart’s rhythm during the monitoring period. This suggests that the individual’s heart functions normally without irregularities or arrhythmias. It is important to note that a qualified healthcare professional should do the interpretation of the Holter monitor results to ensure accurate diagnosis and appropriate management of any underlying cardiac conditions.

3. Can you sleep with a Holter monitor?

Yes, you can sleep with a Holter monitor. The Holter monitor is a painless and noninvasive device worn on a belt or attached to a strap. The sensors (electrodes) and wires can be discreetly hidden under clothing. It is essential not to remove the Holter monitor during the recording period, even while sleeping. This allows for continuous monitoring of your heart’s activity over a 24 to 48-hour period, providing valuable information about your heart’s rhythm and function during various activities, including sleep.

4. Does the Holter monitor detect blockage?

A Holter monitor is primarily used to detect and monitor abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) and irregular heartbeats over an extended period, typically 24 to 48 hours. It can help diagnose conditions like atrial fibrillation, heart block, and other arrhythmias. However, it is not specifically designed to detect blockages in the arteries. To diagnose blockages in the arteries, other tests like electrocardiogram (ECG), stress test, echocardiogram, or angiogram may be used. The Holter monitor focuses on assessing heart rate, rhythm and detecting arrhythmias.

5. Is a Holter monitor better than an ECG?

A Holter monitor and a standard ECG (electrocardiogram) have different purposes and advantages.

A standard ECG records a brief snapshot of your heart’s electrical activity for a short period, usually for a few seconds to a few minutes. It is commonly used in routine checkups or when experiencing symptoms like chest pain.

On the other hand, a Holter monitor is a portable device that continuously records your heart’s activity over an extended period, typically 24 to 48 hours or even longer. It is helpful when symptoms occur sporadically or are not captured during a standard ECG. The Holter monitor provides a more comprehensive view of your heart’s rhythms during your daily activities and sleep, increasing the chance of detecting abnormalities.

In summary, while a standard ECG is suitable for quick assessments during a specific time, a Holter monitor is more beneficial when monitoring for more extended periods to detect intermittent or asymptomatic heart rhythm abnormalities.

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