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AliveECG App transforms the iPhone to a ECG Heart Monitor ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

August 21, 2013

โค AliveECG App transforms the iPhone to a ECG Heart Monitor. AliveECG by AliveCor Inc is an FDA-cleared medical App that is intended for use by licensed U.S. medical professionals and prescribed patients to record, store, display, and transfer single-channel ElectroCardiogram (ECG) rhythm strips, 30-second, 60-second, and longer durations settable. This Vital Heart Data can be converted automatically into a PDF file, transmitted to AliveCor’s Secure Server, emailed to a near-by Hospital, Emergency Vehicle, to the Patient’s Doctor’s Office, to the Doctor’s iPhone, anywhere.

โค Once again with Apple’s amazing iPhone combined with, AliveCor Inc’s "ECG cover" and their AliveECG App, has transformed the iPhone into a single-lead ECG reader-recorder, where this Vital Heart Data can be converted automatically into a PDF file, and may be transmitted to AliveCor’s Secure Server, and emailed to a near-by Hospital, an Emergency Vehicle, to the Patient’s Doctor’s Office, to the Doctor’s iPhone, or anywhere, worldwide. Amazing.

โค AliveECG. For users interested in this app should note that AliveECG is intended to be used in conjunction with AliveCorโ€™s heart monitor which attaches to either an iPhone4, 4S or iPhone 5. This app is simple to use and has proven accurate in clinical trials. Simply rest the electrodes on the fingers of each hand, and once sufficient contact with the skin has been made the countdown to initiate the ECG recording begins.

โค AliveECG. While the ECG is recording it will display your heart rate and any ECG over ten seconds will be automatically saved in the app for review at a later time. Now you have a powerful ECG monitor with you wherever you go. In the newest update you will now be able to record a limited number of ECGs without being online or logged in.

โค AliveECG was updated to Version 1.0.2 on January 25, 2013. Feedback from Medical Professionals indicates that this app in addition with the heart monitor is an extraordinary combination. One doctor can be quoted as saying he will use this App in his practice to differentiate between Afib and PVCs during office exams.

โค AliveECG. Not being a medical professional; however, if you are a Medical Professional or have been prescribed the need for an ECG device, the AliveECG App is very well worth checking out. This would be an excellent device to have available in the event of an emergency.

โค AliveECG. AliveCorโ€™s FDA-cleared Heart Monitor & AliveECG app for the iPhoneยฎ 4, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 are intended for use by licensed U.S. medical professionals and prescribed patients to record, display, store, and transfer single-channel ElectroCardiogram (ECG) rhythm strips.

โค AliveECG. Easy to Use. To generate a Lead I ECG, rest the electrodes on the fingers from each hand (iPhone Home button should be on the right). The app senses skin contact on the sensors and when an acceptable connection is made it counts down to initiate the ECG recording. Set your app to take 30 second, and up to continuous, rhythm strips. While the ECG records it will also display heart rate. ECGs over 10 seconds are automatically saved in the app for review and can be annotated with details or can be discarded. ECGs can be inverted if needed and gain and paper speed adjusted as well.

โค AliveECG. In clinical trials, the AliveCor Heart Monitor demonstrated clinical efficacy. The Heart Monitor is an ideal tool for quick, accurate screening and recording.

โค AliveECG. Clinical-quality, single-channel ECG recorder leverages the power, display, and communication capabilities of the iPhone. The Heart Monitor does not use power from the iPhone, but utilizes a 3.0V coin cell battery (CR.2025) that will power roughly 10,000 Thrity-Second ECG reaqdings before needing a battery replacement.

โค AliveECG. The Heart Monitor also uses AliveCorโ€™s proprietary wireless communication protocol to communicate with the App, requiring no bluetooth-pairing between the iPhone and the Heart Monitor.

โค AliveECG. With an ECG Recorder at your fingertips that goes wherever you go, within seconds you are able to acquire a single-channel rate and rhythm assessment.

โค AliveECG. This iPhone case is Class II medical device, that snaps onto any iPhone 4, 4S or iPhone 5 like a typical protective case, which wirelessly communicates with the App on your iPhone. No bluetooth-pairing is required between your iPhone and the Heart Monitor.

โค AliveECG. AliveCor.com provides you with anytime, anywhere, fully secure, HIPAA-compliant online access to all of your ECG recordings. Protected health information (ECGs) and personally identifiable information are encrypted in transit and at rest. Once you have the Heart Monitor and the AliveECG App, you can create an account that gives you access to your protected ECG data.

โค AliveECG. The AliveCor Heart Monitor has been used in several clinical trials along with rigorous testing through numerous medical professionals and in many ongoing studies at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USCโ€™s Center for Body Computing, and other institutions. Abstracts were presented in 2012 at three major cardiology meetings, and two Articles have been Published in 2013, demonstrating usability, accuracy, and the ability to use the device for community screening.

โค AliveECG. JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, April 2013. Ubiquitous Wireless ECG Recording: A Powerful Tool Physicians Should Embrace

โค AliveECG. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY, April 2013. iPhone ECG application for community screening to detect silent atrial fibrillation: A novel technology to prevent stroke.

โค AliveECG. This app is intended to be used with the AliveCor Heart Monitor. To purchase the AliveCor Heart Monitor: $199 (for U.S. medical professionals and prescribed patients).

โ€ข For more info go to AliveCor.com. โ€ข Follow on Twitter @AliveCor. โ€ข LIKE on Facebook at Facebook.com/AliveCor. โ€ข View videos at Youtube.com/AliveCor. โ€ข Release Date: Jan 06, 2013

โ€ข How it Works Video: http://youtu.be/VB7UC-iXQpA

โ€ข News Clip Channel 10 News: http://www.local10.com/thats-life/health/iPhone-app-conducts-EKG/-/1717022/19316688/-/guib8v/-/index.html

โ€ข Color Brochure: https://alivecor.zendesk.com/attachments/token/wd2l18x2xxecqx4/?name=USAliveCorDatasheet.pdf

โ€ข AliveCor iPhone ECG transforms heart rhythm monitoring: https://alivecor.zendesk.com/attachments/token/6dfkkjliod5qb5m/?name=Physician+Blogs+12-12.pdf

โ€ข Convenience Link to the Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/aliveecg/id579769143

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