Are you using the latest AliveCor ‘Kardia™ Mobile’ heart monitor? The current model (Model 1141) has been out since February. I want to update our February 2015 review.
The AliveCor Kardia attaches to an android or Apple device. And by pressing the sensors with your fingers (or thumbs), it capture single-lead, medical-grade EKGs in just 30-seconds. Instantly it shows if your heart rhythm is normal or if atrial fibrillation is detected.
How is the AliveCor Kardia Working for You?
If you are using the AliveCor Kardia, how do you typically use it? Regularly? Or only when you think you’re in A-Fib?
Do you take readings just for your own peace of mind or do you transfer the data to your doctor? Are you satisfied with its performance? Do you recommend the Alivecor Kardia or other brand monitor to others with A-Fib?
Share Your Insights
Do you have first-hand experience? I’m asking any A-Fib.com readers using the latest AliveCor Kardia model to share your product experiences with me. Just send me an Email with your impressions.
Other Heart Monitors: I’m also interested if you are using another brand of handheld heart monitor, such as the BodiMetrics Performance Monitor.