Sunday, May 26, 2019
Home Health FDA clears the first personal ECG device to detect three cardiac arrhythmias

FDA clears the first personal ECG device to detect three cardiac arrhythmias

AliveCor emphasizes that this only helps to "inform" and not replace chats with your doctor. This is still not as complex as a multi-lead ECG that you would receive in a clinic or hospital. However, it can be useful even when you are in good health. It should reduce the number of ambiguous ECG results you see and provide a clearer picture of your heart's performance than before. Do not be surprised if other devices follow suit.

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