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Kardia is the most clinically-validated mobile EKG available (1).
Smaller than a credit card, Kardia allows you to capture a medical-grade EKG in just 30-seconds from anywhere, anytime.
Kardia's app-based service enables you to proactively care for the health of your heart. Now you can capture reliable heart activity data and relay it to your doctor to inform your diagnosis and treatment plan.
Kardia allows you to easily track palpitations, shortness of breath, dietary habits, sleep and exercise patterns.
Kardia offers instant EKG analysis (using FDA-cleared machine learning algorithms), and consultations with board-certified cardiologists, so it's easy to know whether heart rhythm is normal or in atrial fibrillation.
(1) Based on the number of published clinical studies using Kardia Mobile compared to other smartphone-based EKG devices.
Last updated on April 16, 2016
Tested for compatibility with the following Android devices:
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|Robert Fox on 09/12/2018|
Does the Swiss Version include the Cary Case?
the special designed carry pod for Kardia mobile is an accessory. It is not included with the Kardia mobile unit.
|pipard on 30/11/2018|
est ce compatible avec wiko ou huawei
vous pouvez déjà télécharger l'app Kardia sur le playstore.
Elle fonctionne sur les smartphones Android, ensuite vous n'aurez plus besoin que de l'appareil Kardia mobile.
Celui-ci est compatible avec tous les smartphones une fois l'app installée.
|thoet beat on 18/05/2018|
Does the AliveCor Kardia Mobile ECG also work with Sony EXPERIA Mod. G8441, Android-Version 8.0.0 ??
As you would have thought, it is difficult and in fact almost impossible to test every single smartphone with Kardia mobile.
If you can install the Kardia app from the playstore it is already a very good sign.
If for a very strange reason your Kardia EKG mobile device purchased at RED-DOLPHIN Switzerland is not compatible, you will be able to return it to us and we will refund your purchase.
|Ganesh Sundaram on 28/03/2018|
Hi, I have 3 questions: 1. Are the results recognized by Swiss cardiologists or is this seen as a gadget in Switzerland? 2. Can this be prescribed by a doctor for refund by the basic health insurance in Switzerland? 3. Is this compatible with a Samsung S8 phone? 4. In what format are the ECG graphs I.e. are they easy to,send by email to my doctor and what would the doctor need to read the files? 5. If I buy this on my own, does the app provide analysis and feedback of the ECG or does it simply only provide the heart rate, pulse and ECG graph and I will need to send to my cardiologist for any more information? Thanks for your answers.
Dear Ganesh, here are answers to your questions about Kardia mobile:
|Celosse, Hedwig on 21/07/2017|
Pourrais-je faire un enregistrement avec un IPhone 7 plus? Possibilité de mettre en mémoire l'enregistrement? Merci d'avance Hedwig
Merci pour votre question.
|julia on 21/02/2017|
Question: Does the Kardia product work with the iPhone SE? Thanks
Answer: Yes iPhone SE is 100% compatible with AliveCor Kardia mobile
|Julia Klee on 18/02/2017|
How expensive is the Kardia app in Switzerland?
Will the device and app purchased in Switzerland also work in the US?
When I tried it briefly in the doctor's office I could not get a good reading. I also have trouble getting finger prints. Do you know of this problem and is there a way to improve the readings for someone who has trouble at first?
Kardia app is free in all countries including Switzerland
Device and app will work when you travel to any country
To improve results you can try a couple of things: - have your fingers wet when applying them on sensor- make sure you make recording in quiet place and adopt stable position
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