Mayo Clinic taps AliveCor’s machine learning to broaden ECG analysis

In a collaboration with Mayo Clinic, AliveCor will apply its smartphone electrocardiogram device and machine learning algorithms to tease out new physiological indicators of heart health as well as general health. AliveCor’s consumer-ready Kardia Mobile device attaches to the back of a tablet or smartphone and also comes as a wristband for the Apple Watch. To take an ECG, a patient opens the mobile app and places his or her fingers on the device’s electrodes. The patient may also verbally record any other symptoms. The app then analyzes the ECG, telling the patient whether it is normal or if the patient is experiencing atrial fibrillation. If the patient has previously opted in, the app will automatically send the data to his or her physician. To date, AliveCor has collected about…


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