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Beat2Phone Wearable ECG and Activity Tracker for AFib and More

At the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland a new device and accompanying app have been created to help identify asymptomatic atrial fibrillation, which may in turn point to therapy options to reduce the chances of an ischemic stroke. The Beat2Phone system includes a chest-worn ECG, position, and activity monitor, and an Android app that captures […] This post Beat2Phone Wearable ECG and Activity Tracker for AFib and More appeared first on Medgadget.
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