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This $200 iPhone Case Is An FDA-Approved EKG Machine - Co.Design

This $200 iPhone Case Is An FDA-Approved EKG Machine - Co.Design | ECG | Scoop.it
“ Co.DesignThis $200 iPhone Case Is An FDA-Approved EKG MachineCo.DesignMost iPhone cases just protect your phone from drops. If you're getting fancy, it may have a fisheye camera lens or a screen-printed back.”
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ECG Learning Center

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The ECG Learning center offers an extensive tutorial, ECG images, and a self-paced quiz... Download complete ebook from website.
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Coming Soon: A Hospital-Quality ECG On Your Smartphone

Coming Soon: A Hospital-Quality ECG On Your Smartphone | ECG | Scoop.it
“ Your smartphone can already monitor your glucose levels and your blood pressure. The next step, naturally, is the ability to monitor heart rate and check for abnormal heart rhythms.”
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Portable ECG makes splash in India by enabling remote diagnosis by cardiologists

Portable ECG makes splash in India by enabling remote diagnosis by cardiologists | ECG | Scoop.it
“ Maestros Mediline Systems Limited, an Indian medical device maker, launched a telemedicine platform using their portable ECG device, E-UNO R-10 (not the catchiest we’ve ever heard) nearly a year ago. In partnership with Vodafone, this device would transmit ECG’s over Vodafone’s network to a cardiologists mobile phone, initially with Blackberry support only. The cardiologist could then reply with a diagnosis and recommendation for the on-site provider.” Currently, the ECG device called E-UNO R-10 is being used in rural areas around Mumbai, though they are currently looking to expand into central India as well. E-UNO R-10 can also be used for mass screening as well as remote consultation of specific patients. The device is also being marketed for use in urban areas to transmit ECG’s from an ambulance to a receiving hospital. CEO Murali Mohan explains the benefits of the device. “…the equipment needs a GPRS-enabled phone and uses a two-directional interface system in smart phones. The ECG recording equipment has 12 ‘leads’ like usual devices and works like a touch screen mobile. By pressing a single button, an attending doctor can send the data to a consultant and receive treatment details and observations. The machine also has a memory card and can store data of at least 20 patients at a given time. A tiny bluetooth enabled printer is also attached for a hard copy.” The E-UNO R-10 device is also able to automatically log ECG recordings permanently in a centralized database, which has other potential applications as India moves to implement it Aadhar system that will assign unique identifiers to its billion plus citizens. The imedicalapps team has previously reported on various portable ECG devices, such as CardioDefender by Everist Genomics as well as the AliveECG from AliveCor. The E-UNO R-10 is yet another product that offers an affordable method of capturing ECG data.
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Study highlights the challenges that exist in ECG interpretation

Study highlights the challenges that exist in ECG interpretation | ECG | Scoop.it
Incorporating an electrocardiogram (ECG) during pre-participation screening for athletes has demonstrated a reduction in incidence of sudden cardiac death (SCD); however, it remains controversial in the United States due to minimal usage and high...
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FDA gives thumbs-up to latest fingertip EKG

FDA gives thumbs-up to latest fingertip EKG | ECG | Scoop.it
“ The EPI Mini out of Singapore collects electrocardiogram readings for up to five people through their fingertips and sends the data via Bluetooth to a designated phone. Read this article by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore on CNET.”
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Physician review of the iPhone AliveCor ECG heart monitor, the clinical reality of the device

Physician review of the iPhone AliveCor ECG heart monitor, the clinical reality of the device | ECG | Scoop.it
“ By: Satish Misra MD and Iltifat Husain MD Satish Misra MD is a 3rd year Resident Physician at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who will be starting a cardiology fellowship at Johns Hopkins in July of this year.”
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When a Patient is in Control of His Health: Posting ECG Results on Twitter

When a Patient is in Control of His Health: Posting ECG Results on Twitter | ECG | Scoop.it
Hugo Campos is well known in the health 2.0/e-patient communities and now he made another step forward in changing healthcare.
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HeartCheck Pen Handheld ECG for At-Home Cardiac Monitoring

HeartCheck Pen Handheld ECG for At-Home Cardiac Monitoring | ECG | Scoop.it
“ CardioComm out of Victoria, Canada received marketing clearance from the FDA to bring its HeartCheck Pen Handheld ECG to the U.S.” The device can be used by the patients themselves at home and comes with software the allows recorded telemetry to be uploaded to the company’s C4 medical call service telemedicine group where physicians can analyze the data. Features from the product page: • easy to use • accurate heart readings in only 30 seconds • Store up to 20 ECGs • ECGs can be printed or downloaded to a computer • ECGs can be monitored remotely by a physician, clinic, or ECG co-ordinating centre
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