Harvard Heart Letter

Monitoring your heart rhythm with a smartphone: A good call?

An app that detects an irregular heart rhythm could be reassuring for people worried about afib . Just over two years ago, the FDA approved the AliveCor Heart Monitor, which consists of a smartphone app plus a phone case with special sensors on the back. Touching the sensors with your fingers allows you to see a simple version of your heartís electrical activity on the phone screen. In the latest…

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