Kardia Mobile Personal EKG Monitor (AC-009-UA-C)
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- Portable EKG monitor captures readings in 30 seconds to help identify atrial fibrillation, bradycardia, tachycardia, and normal sinus rhythm
- Pairs with the Kardia app so you can save and share your results from your smartphone
- Includes the KardiaMobile phone clip, so you can easily use the device while away from home
- KardiaMobile Personal EKG Monitor
- Phone Clip
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Of the 861 reviewers who responded, 762 would recommend this product.
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- Highly portable EKG measurement device- March 21, 2020
As a former AFib sufferer, this device has proven to be an invaluable tool for monitoring and detecting both normal and irregular heart rhythms. The associated Kardia iPhone app records measurement results locally which enables the information to be conveniently presented to your cardiologist or GP during routine visits. An optional subscription facilitates storing of the EKG measurements in the cloud. The only criticism, in terms of usage, is that a firm/heavy pressure must be applied and maintained to the electrodes during the 60 second measurement period. Placing the device on a table or firm surface is mandatory to avoid miss-reads.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great idea, improvements needed.- June 27, 2021
Product is a great idea, but the electrode piece is too small to comfortably just sit and place your fingers on, and too easily moved to interfere with getting a good ekg. I have a prosthetic aortic valve and I’ve yet to get a good ekg from it since purchase. All I get is that my readings have too much electrical interference no matter where I sit to do This. The idea was to purchase this device and use it to create EKGs and send them to my cardiologist on a weekly basis, but with no readable ekgs that all went out the window. My advice is stay away from this device until they improve the size and stability of the electrode piece of the equipment.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent way to document and communicate both to physicians, and work...- March 2, 2018
The AliveCor is truly excellent. Was introduced to it by my cardiac surgeon after my first cardiac ablation to monitor myself. Six months after being weaned off the Amiodarone, the unit picked up another AFIB. Of course it was a weekend, and only the on call cardiologist was available, but here was the magic... He said... "Ok... relax your arms to get a clean strip and TEXT it to me..." Don't come to the office, don't go to the ER, just relax your arms, get and clean reading and TEXT it to me.... Now that is the future of medicine. I've taken over a thousand readings with my AliveCor over the past 4 years. Best investment I ever made.