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Can AliveCor's Mobile ECG Device Combined With Its Kardia Pro Cloud-Based Platform Replace Standard Long Term Rhythm Monitors?

In March of 2017 AliveCor introduced Kardia Pro, a cloud-based software platform that allows physicians to monitor patients who use the Kardia mobile ECG device. 1,162 more words

How Heart Surgery Has Evolved

The heart is the beating engine of the body, so when it needs a tune up, it’s not taken lightly. 949 more words

Advances In Healthcare

Convergent Offers New Hope to Those with AFib

Sometimes a racing heart is a good thing, like when you’re trying something new or tackling a workout. But in the case of those with atrial fibrillation (AFib)—a serious heartbeat irregularity that affects nearly one in 10 people over age 65—it can be a sign of trouble. 500 more words

Advances In Healthcare

AFib - Rhythm Management Group

Are you interested in monitoring services related to AFib (Atrial fibrillation)?

Kardia's Fascinating SmartRhythm For Apple Watch Is Very Cool: Will It Allow Personal Atrial Fibrillation Detection?

The KardiaBand for Apple Watch from AliveCor has delivered on  its  unique promise of a medical grade single lead ECG recording made by placing your thumb on your wristwatch band. 1,432 more words

Atrial Fibrillation

Apple and Stanford begin Heart Study to detect irregular heart rhythms using Watch

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

Apple and Stanford are launching a joint study to research irregular heart rhythms using the Apple Watch. The study was first announced back in… 312 more words


AliveCor's Kardia Band Is Now Available: Mobile ECG On Your Apple Watch

AliveCor has finally gotten approval from the FDA to release its Kardia Band in the United States.

The skeptical cardiologist is quite excited to get his hands (or wrist) on one and just gave AliveCor $199 to get it. 402 more words