The Beat2Phone ECG sensor wirelessly (BLE) sends your ECG to your mobile device, in which it can be monitored in real-time. The measurement is also saved to the mobile devices memory. The measurement can also be viewed in the cloud anomaly detection service if you have bought the license for the service.
You can log in to the paid cloud service from https://www.beat2phone.net, where you can view and examine the ECG measurements.
You can use the Beat2Phone ECG sensor while sleeping or during physical exercise. The application also allows you to save the ECG to your smartphone or tablet memory and to the paid cloud service for later study.
The Beat2Phone ECG sensor lets you monitor your heart function:
The Beat2Phone ECG Cloud Service is a paid service that you can access with an internet browser. The cloud service automatically saves your measurements and possible findings related to the measurements for examination. The user profile can be restored from the cloud service to another mobile device. This allows you to change your mobile device and still keep all your measurements available.
The free Beat2Phone ECG mobile application shows and saves the measured ECG on your mobile device. You can also send the measurements to a healthcare professional through the mobile application.
The paid Beat2Phone ECG service includes sensor, mobile application and a cloud-based service showing the measured ECG and the possible findings in the measurement. (only for the Bea2Phone ECG sensor)
Self-analyzing ECG is not recommended. A healthcare professional will note details on the ECG and may diagnose a potential need for treatment based on these findings.
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Beat2Phone ECG is a convenient tool for taking an ECG in the event of random palpitations and chest sensations. The user merely puts on the sensor that is attached to the belt and starts the measurement. If the user has abnormal sensations, they can tap the annotation button on the smartphone to record the sensations into the mobile device memory or to the cloud service for later review.
The Beat2Phone ECG sensor may be safely used around the clock.