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Not compatible with some devices unless the primary models. Allows an install while still not compatible. When you enter notes from the results page, and save them, they disappear in the history. When I reported this to tech support, they said my device is not supported... Why did they sell me a subscription and then tell me it's not compatible? I pay for it, it should work! Samsung Galaxy S9+ Android device 8.0
Nearly all of my EKG ratings are labeled as 'Unclassified' even though my heart rate and other information is within Kardia's specified ranges. So I don't know if I can trust it to accurately indicate an "AFIB" EKG rating. Kardia Help only copied and sent the FAQ text to explain this. So basically I just have fancy charts to present my doctor.
Yes it will provide an EKG and heart rate. The label they provide is not very specific. I already know I have "possible afib" before I take the EKG, so that label isn't very helpful. I have to either send to my doctor or pay a fee to have it analyzed by them. I can't send it directly to my doctor either. I have to download first and send it as an attachment via their portal, which only accepts jpeg and png. The heart rate is usually higher than my BP cuff.
My Kardia application allows me to monitor my Paroxysmal AFIB . I have had this issue for about 2 years and it gives me peace of mind to be able to monitor it. What I now realize is that sometimes when I feel weird or more tired than I should, I can check my ekg and determine whether I am in normal sinus rhythm or atrial fibrillation. It also allows me to chronicle my symptoms with actual ekg's to better support my Cardiologists and Electrophysiologists determine how to best treat me. Dr. Tom Fulton
This application combined with the AliveCor private EKG device have created monitoring my AFib simple. My cardiologist recommend this for me because i did not wish the hassle of wearing a continuous monitor. It allowed me to capture multiple instances of AFib and even showed that I was also experiencing flutter. The application created it easy to send everyday EKGs to my Cardiologist. Love it!
love this app. I had a silent heart attack that was found on ECG at my annual physical. that scared me. I thought I was very healthy. I was not overweight., had low blood pressure, and regularly hopped on my bike to ride to town. I am now on appropriate meds, exercise, watch what I eat, and Check My Heart, regularly. it is very comforting.
amazing application for a single lead ekg...need to buy the subscription to save EKgs or effectively send the ekg to your cardiologist. The application is limited in that it detects a normal rythmn, afib, or a rythmn that is outside of the app's algorithm, so unable to detect ventricular abnormalities. It just does not have the leads to detect them. Documentation is scarce.
Amazing app. however for a device that is used for health heart issues I would be curious as to why anyone would have to pay for the first year after spending over 100.00 dollars for the medical device. your first year subscription for the cloud should have been free.
Excellent for my situation, which involves new-onset paroxysmal atrial fib that is seldom recorded on in-office tracings. I've been able to document that the phenomenon is truly paroxysmal (random), as opposed to precipitant-related (e.g., emotional stress, exercise, caffeine, alcohol, etc.). I'm on anticoagulants, of course, but so far have been able to avoid, e.g., beta blockers. Thanks, Kardia!
Predominance of "unclassified" results prompting you to spend $9.99 to search out nothing. Will stay with 4 star for accurately diagnosing my Afib. Showed my doctor the unclassified tapes and got a shoulder shrug. Also somewhat perturbed that you have to spend another $9.99 per month or $99.00 per year if you wish the application to store, or print any results to go over with your doctor. I went ahead and paid, so you should probably double the price of purchase if you actually wish fully functioning.
Amazing ease to family worry. You can make your own norm baseline stats prior surgery to rule out "white coat syndrome", add or link your BP, add your meds incase you forget what you are taking, forgot to take your meds or need to identify dosage in an emergency. Highly recommended device even if you are working out and wish to add weight gain or weight loss. Seems expensive, but it is a lifesaving investment. Obtain one for yourself, your Parents or go half with someone who stole your heart.
I'm an RN who lives with bigeminal PVCs. Kardia was a amazing tool for both myself and my cardiologist while treating my PVCs. I [email protected]#$%! read ventricular ectopy as well as it does atrial- it seems like it is definitely geared toward a-fib. But even so, having the tele strip as a visual indication of my rhythm was a unbelievable support in getting the treatment I needed!
yesterday it said unclassified and said my heart rate was high. It was 74 which is not high for me. I sent it to the Kardia dr and it said it was Sinus Rhythm Sinus Tachycardia. My regular pulse used to be 88 for years. I am wondering how accurate this really is.
amazing teck however I think the application is having some problems. I've about 10 times where my heart rate is within 50-100 typically 64-75 and it will come up as unclassified. reason is sating because it either falls under 50 or over 100 even though that is not the reading.
Only had this application and the afib Kardia Mobile monitor just under a month, however I search it very simple to use and it displays a very credible EKG. I will have a month of information for my cardiologist when for my appintment. it is great!!!! Cost effective too.
For patients who titrate medications, this application is not appropriate. It does not recognize vitamin and mineral supplements or let non-standard dosages and frequencies. I have a metabolic disorder that affects my bodies ability to produce B12 and B6 due to an inability to process the form of folate in enriched products and supplements. Due to disruptions on the folate cycle homcysteine builds up and causes high eosinophil levels. Most beta blockers can contribute to eosinophilia and must be used judiciously. This requires documentation your application cannot accommodate.
1 star only because it is not possibile to storage a minimum number (at least 5-10) of EKG unless having internet connection to self-send them by e-mail or without paying an excessive amount for premium version. It is such a welldone and life-saving medical tool..
my cardiologist asked me to obtain this app& email results to her from this she quickly diagnosed my AF plus Twave inversion, along with heart failure now on meds& schelduled for heart surgery, this application has been a life saver initially i thought i must have been unfit even though slim &active then with the increasing drop attacks i was able to use this monitor which quickly helped my cardiologist diagnose the problem, which could have otherwise missed. so it is expensive but then so are funeral's!