ACS Diagnostics

A Holter for Patient and Physician

The CORE Clip Holter Monitor

The CORE Clip Holter Monitor

By ACS Diagnostics

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ACS Diagnostics‘ Holter Monitor revolutionizes wearable Holter technology. The CORE Clip attaches to any part of clothing or hangs as a pendant beneath your clothing, removing the hassle of carrying multiple gateway and monitoring devices. Capture accurate ECG and deliver rapid results for your patient. Why wait for results? Get the smallest, reusable Holter monitor today! 

Full Disclosure

See Every Beat, Every Minute of Every Day

High Resolution ECG

2 Lead Reporting at 256 Samples per Second 

Lightweight

It's so Easy to Wear, It's Like It's not Even There!

Clips On

Attaches Close to the Body for Less Artifact

Rechargeable

Don't Use Throwaways, Love the Earth and Your Holter!

Disreet Wear

Patients Love the Easy Concealment Beneath Clothing

Clips On

The Clip Attaches Close to the Body for Less Artifact

Rechargeable

Don't Use Throwaways, Love the Earth and Your Holter!

Disreet Wear

Patients Love the Easy Concealment Beneath Clothing

Full Disclosure

It's Essential to See Every Beat, Every Minute of Every Day

Quality ECG

2 Lead Reporting at 256 Samples per Second 

Lightweight

It's so Easy to Wear, It's Like It's not Even There!

Tired of throwing money away on patches? Invest in the Smallest, Reusable Holter Monitor on the Market

Holter or Patch?

The CORE Clip is a Holter monitor that is unique in the industry. It is the smallest, reusable Holter monitor on the market. Don’t throw away money on patches, it may seem easy, but you are throwing money into a new patch for every single test. Instead of handing money to patch company rep, keep a Clip in your office, and reuse it for your patients.

Keeping Patient Care in the Doctor’s Hands

The CORE Clip is small, and attaches discreetly to clothing, while not sacrificing the ability to deliver high quality wave form and results. Don’t be content with the patch, a device that only offers part of the story. Don’t allow A.I. to remove you, the Physician from the diagnoses process. ACS Diagnostics offers you a clear picture of your patient’s ECG, while maximizing comfort and convenience for your patient, and increasing benefit to you and your practice.

Don't Wait For ECG Results - Rapid and Accurate Testing

Turn Over Results in a Day, Rapid and True Diagnosis

Don't Wait For ECG Results - Rapid and Accurate Testing

Turn Over Results in a Day, Rapid and True Diagnosis

High Patient Comfort

Not only is the ACSD Holter Monitor loved by physicians, it is loved by patients too. The small device can be discreetly attached, with two leads that can be moved around the chest without the test restarting. The CORE Clip Holter Monitor can turn over results in 24 hours after recording, enabling the physician to observe arrhythmias within a day or 2 of issuing test. Upon the test end, the physician has access to full disclosure, the entire report, all the recorded waveforms. 

Long Term Tests (Mobile Cardiac Telemetry)

Any test that goes beyond 72 hours should not be done on a post-analysis device. A long-term test should be done using a near-real-time MCT Monitor, one that can deliver near-live results to a lab so that nothing is missed. ACS Diagnostics has created the CORE12 Monitor, a true Mobile Cardiac Telemedicine device that transmits near-live ECG to a Lab for clinical review 24/7/365. 

Read More about Holter Monitors

JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICINE

“The Holter monitor is a type of portable electrocardiogram (ECG). It records the electrical activity of the heart continuously over 24 hours or longer while you are away from the doctor’s office.” – Excerpt from Johns Hopkins Medicine

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

“I thought wearing the monitor at night would be very uncomfortable, but the cord was long so I could put it on the nightstand. I made sure the electrodes were on tight before I went to bed.” Sarah, age 62. – Excerpt from American Heart Association

HEALTHLINE

“The recordings made by the monitor help your doctor determine if your heart is getting enough oxygen or if the electrical impulses in the heart are delayed or early. These irregular impulses may be referred to as arrhythmias or abnormal heart rhythms.” – Excerpt from Healthline