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Mayo Clinic did research study and proved to FDA that we can indeed use Kardia Mobile to detect aFib.. I have AliveCor and record and send to my doctor. It’s nice to have everywhere you are and no emergency room visits to establish aFib. Doctor can see if it’s aFib or just crazy PAC’s or PVC’s. Comforting.. so get one.

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Have had the Karida about two months. Have received both normal and afib readings. Over the last two weeks only get Unclassified. It says not afib but something else? Have been told have flutter also -could that be confusing the Kardia?.
Question – can one rely on the unclassified statement you are not in afib?

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