Lifetone Technology’s iPhonECG helps you to measure Heart Rate

By Jayita, Gaea News Network
Monday, January 3, 2011

iphoneecgA few months ago Pulse Phone was introduced in the market. The app helps detect a user’s pulse using the camera and flash of iPhone 4. Pulse Phone measures heart rate via your index finger. Although the app was well-appreciated by the users, it failed to make its use in hospitals.

Now, its time for the iPhonECG to start its story. It uses a slim, low-power sleeve with a couple of electrodes on the back to provide clinical-quality cardiac event readings. You can either hold it in your hands to get a reading of your pulse, or place it on your chest which makes it useful when dealing with a patient who can’t hold it themselves. The sleeve also works wirelessly with the iPhone 4, most likely via Bluetooth.

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The iPhonECG will be officially shown at CES next week.

Have a look at the iPhonECG

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