KardiaMobile Personal EKG (ECG) Device and Heart Monitor - Single-Lead EKG Recording - Detect AFib - FDA-Cleared - by AliveCor
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Normal. If no rhythm abnormalities are detected, you will receive the message 'Normal'. This means that the heart rate is between 50 and 100 BPM, there are no or very few abnormal beats, and the shape, timing and duration of each beat is considered normal. What six leads does it record? The KardiaMobile 6L displays and records Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, aVR, aVL and aVF ECG in real time to your phone or tablet. ECGs are stored in the app which at the end of the recording displays the ECG trace, heart rate and classifies the recording into 1 of the following categories. Unreadable. 'Unreadable' implies that there was too much interference during the recording. This could be electrical or sound interference. Easy to use: Place your fingers on the top two electrodes and touch the bottom electrode to your left ankle or leg. No wires, patches, or gels required.
ECGs are stored in the app which at the end of the recording displays the ECG trace, heart rate and classifies the recording into 1 of the following categories. No. KardiaMobile is not intended for use in children and must not be used in adults with cardiac pacemakers, implantable cardioverter-defibrillators or other implanted electronic devices. Six leads of ECG data gives your Doctor a more detailed view of your heart, and the ability to identify other common cardiac arrhythmias from the ECG it records. Also available: KardiaMobile 6-lead ECG monitor provides doctors visibility into certain heart rhythms that are leading indicators of cardiovascular disease. Dimensions Recommended by doctors:A trusted resource, KardiaMobile is clinically proven with over 100 peer reviewed research articles and is used by leading cardiologists.AF affects 1.4 million people in the UK, but it is thought that almost a further half a million people are undiagnosed and at increased risk from potentially fatal AF-related stroke.
To record an ECG, just hold the KardiaMobile in your hands for 30 seconds to measure your heart's electrical activity anytime, anywhere - no probes or wires are necessary. The NHS has launched a new device in England designed to accelerate the diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AF), the most common arrhythmia and a contributing factor of up to one in five strokes in the UK.
Heart data you can trust
App features automatic AF, normal ECG, Bradycardia, Tachycardia and interference detectors and voice recording
KardiaMobile ECGs have been CE Marked to detect the following and record, store, display and transfer single-channel ECG: Unclassified. The Normal Algorithm declares the ECG as Unclassified for ECGs that have a heart rate below 40 or above 140 bpm. Record an ECG anytime, anywhere: KardiaMobile 6L is portable and works wherever you are. Take medical-grade ECGs from anywhere and get results in just 30 seconds.Never before has more heart health information been available at your fingertips. Share detailed 6-lead ECGs with your Doctor for review remotely or just record your heart activity over time for your own peace of mind. Six leads, six times the heart data: More heart data than ever before, right at your fingertips. Get more leads of heart data to help your doctor better care for your heart. The app allows heart rhythm recordings to be viewed, saved and shared with healthcare professionals allowing for faster detection and diagnosis of AF, according to the firm. As symptoms come and go, people with suspected AF are sent to hospital for costly ECGs, and it can take several visits over several months or even years before a diagnosis is made.
The device can be used at any time, regardless if they show signs of symptoms or not. This ultimately means AF can be diagnosed faster, anticoagulation therapy can be prescribed to reduce the risk of an AF-related stroke and treatment for AF can be accelerated,” said Trudie Lobban MBE, founder and chief executive at Arrhythmia Alliance & AF Association. The greater depth of detail from the KardiaMobile 6L provides doctors visibility into certain arrhythmias that are leading indicators of cardiovascular disease; this is not automatically indicated by the device, but can be read manually by the doctor from the rhythm strip. KardiaMobile 6L also features updated connectivity to your phone or tablet to prevent loss of connectivity due to interference from ultrasonic noise (eg. motion detectors, pest control devices, light switches). There are also minor cosmetic differences between devices. The device is being rolled out as part of the NHS England-funded NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), which is delivered in partnership with England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs).The single internal coin cell battery in the Kardia Mobile should last for approximately 1 year of normal use assuming 2-3 recordings a day. Proactive. Patients can self-administer an ECG whenever they feel symptoms or on a schedule you recommend - giving you a more complete picture of your patients’ heart activity.