D-Heart Portable ECG
LATEST UPDATE: NOW DOES 12-LEAD ECG!
Have you ever had an episode of tachycardia or arrhythmia? Would you like to reliably monitor your heart health? D-Heart is the first smartphone-based electrocardiograph easy to use but as reliable as one in the hospital. Perform a perfect ECG with D-Heart on your smartphone and share it with your trusted cardiologist or a telecardiology service for a report.
WHAT IS AN ECG?
ECG is the abbreviation of the word electrocardiogram – a heart test that tracks the electrical activity of your heart and records it on moving paper or shows it as a moving line on a screen. An ECG tracing is the most simple, diffuse and cost-effective way to analyse the heart and detect irregularities that might lead to serious health problems such as a stroke or heart attack. By looking at an ECG, a doctor can discern medically relevant information about the health and activity level of your heart muscle, much more than you can tell from your heart rate alone that performs most of the wearable devices.
HOW DOES AN ECG DEVICE WORK?
To get an ECG trace, an ECG device is needed to record it. As the electrical signals move through the heart, the ECG monitor records the strength and the timing of these signals. ECGs are the required gold standard for diagnosis of arrhythmias and many cardiac abnormalities, and can even be used to see evidence of acute heart attacks and even events that have occurred in the past. As traditional ECG recorders and Holter monitors require intrusive skin preparation, professional fitting in the doctor's office, they cannot be used by individuals with no medical background.
D-Heart is the world's first ECG device that is as reliable as hospital ECGs that can be used anywhere by anyone with no medical background. It works with your smartphone via Bluetooth and it can be worn whenever you want to check your heart health or you feel symptoms.
D-Heart is a smartphone ECG that enables the acquisition of a correct ECG anywhere and anytime.
The multiple lead ECG is the simplest exam to check your heart status.
You can perform an ECG in four easy steps with the help of your smartphone camera: you just need to imitate your image for the perfect multiple lead ECG.
D-Heart is as reliable as the ECG exams performed at the hospital but designed to be used by patients at their home.
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D-Heart is an 8-lead smartphone ECG that enables the acquisition of high quality 12 seconds ECGs in any place and in any condition.
The latest 2019 release is now capable of 12-lead ECG.
The smartphone camera algorithm is able to display the patient’s own chest with the accurate electrodes placement with a median error of 0.5 cm per electrode.
D-Heart is as reliable as the standard ambulatory ECG exams performed at the hospital but designed to be used by patient at their home or by a GP in their clinic - eliminating the need for referals to a cardiologist. This enables better outcomes for patients.
Once acquired, a 24/7 telecardiology service would provide an innovative triage report of the exam specifically designed for cardiac patients
- Designed for all users, no medical background needed
- As clinically reliable as a hospital electrocardiograph
- Certified system to get a perfect ECG
12-Lead ECG Demonstration Video:
TESTED AND COMPATIBLE SMARTPHONE AND TABLET WITH D-HEART DEVICE
(as of 19/05/20)
iPhone iOS 11.1 (not compatible iOS 13.4)
- iPhone 5, 5c, SE, 6, 6s, 6s plus, 7, 7 plus, 8, 8 plus, X, XS, XR, 11, 11 Pro
- iPad Mini
- iPad Pro
Android 5.0 to 8.0
- Lenovo Moto G5
- Samsung Galaxy J5, J6, J7, J8
- Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S7, S8, S9
- Huawei P9, P9 Plus, P10, P10 Plus, P20, P20 Plus
- LG G6, G7
- Google Nexus 5X, Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL
- Honor 8
- Xiaomi Mi 9T
- Samsung Tab A 2019
- Huawei Mediapad T3 10’
- Mediacom Smartpad 10’
Please note that if your smartphone is not in this list, the use of D-Heart device may not be
supported. If you have any trouble please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org