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Figure 2: Mobile health devices for arrhythmia monitoring according to indications. Traditional wearable monitors are used for defined, short periods of time. Advantages are continuous monitoring and the ability to use multiple leads, which may be important for arrhythmia differentiation. These have been used historically for evaluation of palpitations, syncope, and defining QRS morphology. Mobile health extends monitoring time indefinitely, to be defined by the user, and to the possibility of monitoring other parameters simultaneously with the ECG, and linking to machine learning. Typically, mobile health utilizes single-channel ECG or derived heart rate and discontinuous monitoring. AF=Atrial fibrillation, BP=Blood pressure, BrS=Brugada pattern, ECG=Electrocardiography, HF=Heart failure, ILR=Implantable loop recorder, LQT=Long QT

Figure 2: Mobile health devices for arrhythmia monitoring according to indications. Traditional wearable monitors are used for defined, short periods of time. Advantages are continuous monitoring and the ability to use multiple leads, which may be important for arrhythmia differentiation. These have been used historically for evaluation of palpitations, syncope, and defining QRS morphology. Mobile health extends monitoring time indefinitely, to be defined by the user, and to the possibility of monitoring other parameters simultaneously with the ECG, and linking to machine learning. Typically, mobile health utilizes single-channel ECG or derived heart rate and discontinuous monitoring. AF=Atrial fibrillation, BP=Blood pressure, BrS=Brugada pattern, ECG=Electrocardiography, HF=Heart failure, ILR=Implantable loop recorder, LQT=Long QT