"The role of technology, which enables patients to capture meaningful data about what happens to their heart, such as the functionality of an on-demand ECG, could be useful for new clinical care models and joint decision making Meaning between people and their healthcare providers, "said Nancy Brown, CEO of the American Heart Association, the world's leading volunteer organization focused on heart and brain health. "At the American Heart Association, we're committed to educating and empowering people to be proactive in all aspects of their heart health and wellbeing."
"The idea that wearables can be used by both patients and their healthcare providers to manage and improve heart health is promising and should be approached with caution to ensure that information and data are responsibly and in conjunction with other evidence-based ones Data uses tools and guidelines, "said C. Michael Valentine, MD, FACC, president of the American College of Cardiology. "ACC's innovation focus is exploring ways in which new technologies can optimize patient care and outcomes."
The ability of the ECG app to accurately classify an ECG record in AFib and sinus rhythm has been confirmed in a clinical study involving approximately 600 participants. The cardiac grading of a standard 1