how-to

Export Your ECGs from Kardia, Samsung, Fitbit, and QardioCore

Export your ECG from Fitbit

  1. Open Discovery tab
  2. Click on "See all" next to Assessments & Reports
  3. Click on the "Heart Rhythm Assessment" card
  4. Select ECG that you want to export
  5. Scroll down to the export button
  6. Wait a few minutes for your report
  7. Click download pdf when the report is ready
  8. Select "Save to Files" from the list of options
  9. Save your report!



Export your ECG from Kardia

  1. Open History tab
  2. Click on "See EKG History" to see all your data
  3. Select ECG you want to export
  4. Click on the mail icon in the right top corner
  5. Pick the "Share PDF" option from the list
  6. Skip the option to add a password to your report
  7. Click on the share icon in the right top corner
  8. Select "Save to Files" from the list of options
  9. Save your report!


Export your ECG from QardioCore

  1. Pick your QardioCore device
  2. Open ECG tab
  3. Click on the calendar icon in the right bottom corner
  4. Select the data you want to export and click the "Go to.." button below the calendar
  5. Click the share icon in the right top corner
  6. Select the "Someone else" option in the popup window
  7. Enter name and email address (it can be your name and address) and click "Send my ECG trace" below
  8. When an email with your ECG report will open hold your finger on the ECG
  9. When a list of options will appear pick the "Save to files" option
  10. Save your report!



Export your ECG from Samsung 

  1. If you are using Samsung Health, find the ECG section on your home page  
  2. On the list of ECGs, select the one you want to export
  3. Click the "See details" button in the top right corner
  4. Click the "Share the report" button at the bottom of the page
  5. Click the 3 dots icon in the top right corner
  6. Select download from the list of options



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