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AliveCor Expects FDA Clearance of EKG Band For Apple Watch

LifeWatch Signs Agreement With AliveCorAccording to a news release from AliveCor, Inc., a leader in FDA-cleared electrocardiogram (EKG) technology for mobile devices, recently introduced the first medical-grade EKG band for the Apple Watch, Kardia Band (pending 510k clearance, expected availability late spring) along with a new app for smartphones.

The Kardia Band for Apple Watch, and new Kardia app, represent a significant breakthrough in proactive heart health by allowing people to discretely capture their EKG anytime, anywhere.

Users, the announcement explains, can record a single-lead EKG by simply touching Kardia Band’s integrated sensor that communicates with the Watch app, Kardia by AliveCor.

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LifeWatch Signs Agreement With AliveCor

LifeWatch Signs Agreement With AliveCorLifeWatch, a leading developer and provider of medical solutions and remote diagnostic monitoring services to the digital health market, has just announced the signing of an agreement with AliveCor Inc. to utilize the AliveCor Mobile ECG technology in its cardiac monitoring business.

They are working together, we’re told, to integrate the AliveCor Mobile ECG into LifeWatch’s cardiac monitoring product offering.
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Mobile Telemedicine Helping Cardiologists Read ECGs Faster

Mobile Telemedicine Helping Cardiologists Read ECGs FasterCompuMed said Wednesday that it has begun interpreting electrocardiograms (ECGs) that are generated from the AliveCor Heart Monitor System.

As of this writing, AliveCor patients have access to CompuMed’s network of cardiologists.

An announcement from CompuMed shared with mHealthWatch confirms that through the AliveECG app., AliveCor patients can request real-time interpretations of single-channel electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythms.
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iPhone Heart Monitor Cleared by the FDA

AliveCor’s new iPhone-based heart monitor has been cleared by the FDA for sale in the U.S. to licensed medical professionals and prescribed patients.

The company says its monitor can record, display, store, and transfer single-channel electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythms.

The ability to obtain immediate ECG readouts is critical, particularly for patients at risk for any number of cardiac conditions. The readouts can be instantly sent to a physician or printed for review at an upcoming appointment.

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Mobile ECG Provider AliveCor Secures $3M in Series A Funding Led By Qualcomm

AliveCor, an Oklahoma City-based startup that’s building a mobile ECG recorder for iPhone and Android, announced today it’s secured $3M in series A funding led by Qualcomm.

The company has created a credit card-sized wireless device that turns smartphones and tablets into clinical-quality low-cost heart monitors that can be used by patients at home and by physicians and other healthcare providers in a clinical setting.  The AliveCor ECG is designed to work in conjunction with a variety of mobile platforms, including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices, but hasn’t hit the market quite yet.

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