I have selected the Heart Rhythm Tracker months ago but have never used it because I cannot find any directions and criteria to help me fill out the Tracker. The Tracker lists things like "Episode", Average Severity, etc. but I see no legend or criteria as to what constitutes an "Episode" what the scale is for Severity and so forth. Where are the directions for filling out the tracker? I must be missing something! Thank you, Rob
Thanks for the feedback. Episode refers to an occurrence of heart arrhythmia such as a-fibs, tachycardia, bradycardia. The severity field is subjective. It is based on how severe you think the episode was.
If you need further help, try joining the Heart Rhythm community. The members in that community are great and can help you understand how they have filled out their trackers.
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