AliveCor Kardia Mobile ECG for Apple and Android Devices
Kardia Mobile ECG Machine – smartphone connected EKG monitor
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Amazon Price: $99.00 $99.00 (as of August 10, 2017 10:36 am –
Kardia lets you take an active function in your heart's health by offering you the ability to tape medical-grade EKGs anytime, anywhere, easily. In just 30 seconds, Kardia shows you whether your heart rhythm is typical or if atrial fibrillation (a leading cause of stroke) is spotted in your EKG. Kardia provides accurate results, and makes it simple to share EKG data with your doctor for analysis and medical diagnosis.
- Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.4 x 0.2 inches ; 0.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B01A4W8AUK
- UPC: 040232360961 850214007049
- Item model number: 1141
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Comes in handy for correlating symptoms to heart rate/rhythm
143 people found this helpful.
I’m a physician and my father in law has been having some dizzy spells. His physician didn’t seem particularly concerned and scheduled an appointment for several weeks out, which was concerning to me. I ended up getting this device to see what his heart rate and rhythm looked like when he was having the dizzy spells. It was useful in detecting that he was in sinus bradycardia, and was on too high of a dose of beta blockers.
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Quick medical backstory. Had an episode of afib years ago and had to have cardioversion. A a couple years later I thought I had a second one that went away within an hour or so. Third and most recent episode I wasn’t sure if it was afib or not and it took a while to decide whether or not to go to the hospital. I used a blood pressure cuff with pulse reading and a Samsung Galaxy S6 (with pulse sensor onboard) that both reported fluctuating heart rate but I had no way to know for sure what was going on so off to the hospital and the episode ended before being seen in the ER.
6 people found this helpful.
This little device has been incredible. No more needing to go to a health care facility to gain the data I need to help my cardiologist figure out what is going on with my heart. I have been able to provide him with many recordings to examine. And I have been able to capture them whenever they happen, which is left to chance with temporary monitors. I keep the pad separate from my iPhone, but place the pad on a table top just below my phone and always get great connectivity and few distortions. I’m super impressed by this device and corresponding app. Highly recommended.