Older people can experience random or regular heart palpitations, but the feeling often passes while queuing for ECG monitoring at health centers and hospitals.
The Beat2Phone ECG sensor allows people having palpitations or other cardiac symptoms to take an ECG anytime and anywhere and then show the results to a medical practitioner.
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.
“Many instances of embolism and thrombosis could be averted with prompt detection of atrial fibrillation.”
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.
Professional healthcare user inquiries regarding Beat2Phone ECG sensor and analytics service, please contact [email protected].