← Return to Medical devices to monitor heart rhythm (i.e., Alivecor, KardiaMobile)

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@galevin

I ordered a Alivecor to be used with my Galaxy S8 note. I also have a latitude monitor for my Boston Scientific Pacemaker. So far, so good. I originally had a bradycardia (40) then developed an apical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Pacemaker made a huge difference. Pulse now 72 and I can walk now. Anyone have experience with the Alivecor? I decided against a smartwatch. Alivecor is FDA appproved and one model can do a 12 lead EKG.

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Hi @galevin, The Alivecor Kardia device works with Apple or Android watches and tablets. I use mine with my iPhone and love it although I do have some problems using it but I think they may be due to the neuropathy in my fingers and hands. I also bought the Kardia watch band for Apple watches and I like it much better than the two pad Kardia device. It only requires you to use your thumb and it's always with you.

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