- An implantable loop recorder is a heart-monitoring device that continually records your heart rhythm for up to three years.
- It records the electrical signals of your heart and allows you to remotely monitor the signals through a small device inserted just beneath the skin of the chest.
- The most common causes of ILR include looking for causes of fainting, palpitations, very fast or slow heartbeats.
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References: Implantable cardiac monitoring or loop recorders. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.fraserhealth.ca/health-topics-a-to-z/heart-health/heart-surgery-and-procedures/arrhythmia-procedures/implantable-cardiac-monitoring-or-loop-recorders#.YV1vU0ZBwnU