Using Smartphones To Share ECGs With Your Doctor

02 Jun


Using smartheart, within 30 seconds, any end user is able to record a hospital-grade ECG and transmit it to their doctor, cardiologist, or hospital to get a diagnosis in realtime. Smartheart is lighter and sleeker than traditional ECGs, only involves one monitor, and can be strapped around the chest.

The accompanying free app, which is available on iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry, connects to the ECG wirelessly, and displays, through a nifty interface, the level of battery power and connectivity. Once the device has been configured with the app, connection happens within seconds. In as little as 30 seconds, the app will display your results and give you the opportunity to email them directly to your physician.

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Posted by on June 2, 2011 in medical


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