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This is Kardia by AliveCor® — the proactive approach to heart health. Kardia works with the FDA-cleared Kardia Mobile— the most clinically-validated mobile EKG solution on the market.
REQUIRES KARDIA MOBILE, AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN THE U.S., AUSTRALIA, CANADA, FRANCE, GERMANY, HONG KONG, INDIA, IRELAND, INDIA, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, SPAIN AND THE U.K.
Record and track your weight and BMI within the Kardia app for a more complete picture of your heart health
Kardia is the most clinically-validated mobile EKG available.
Instant EKG Analysis
Smaller than a credit card, Kardia allows you to capture a medical-grade EKG in just 30-seconds from anywhere, anytime. Know instantly if your heart rhythm is normal or if atrial fibrillation (AF) is detected in your EKG.
Track and Share
Capture reliable heart activity data and relay it to your doctor to inform your diagnosis and treatment plan.
More Than EKGs
Kardia allows you to easily track palpitations, shortness of breath, dietary habits and sleep, exercise patterns, blood pressure and now, weight Now you have even more control over your heart care.
Simple and easy
One-time setup and activation
Free trial of Kardia Premium features through February 28, 2017 including personalized heart health reports
Rest easy with reliable EKG recordings that instantly let you know how your heart is doing. The Kardia app, paired with Kardia Mobile, is recommended by leading cardiologists and used by people around the world for accurate electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) recordings. Just hold Kardia Mobile in your hands for 30 seconds to capture a medical-grade EKG anytime, anywhere - no probes or wires necessary. Kardia Mobile will wirelessly communicate with the Kardia app to let you know if your EKG is normal or if atrial fibrillation (AF) is detected. You can easily share your EKG recordings with your doctor or request an expert review from a cardiologist or cardiac technician for an additional cost (expert review available in U.S., U.K., Ireland, and Australia only). Track symptoms like palpitations and shortness of breath, habits like caffeine or alcohol consumption, and activities like exercise or sleep, blood pressure and now, weight, to help your doctor get a better understanding of what may be impacting your heart health.