Are you uncertain if you're having atrial fibrillation? Now, you don't have to guess.
You can now have 24/7 access to a second opinion about your ECGs from a human expert, through ReadMyECG.
How do I get a second opinion on my afib?
1. Take an ECG using any at-home device.
2. Open the ReadMyECG app, and submit your ECG for review.
3. Discover what cardiographic technicians see in your ECG, within minutes.
With ReadMyECG, you'll have an unlimited number of reviews from cardiographic technicians. We support ECGs from Kardia, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Samsung, and all other at-home ECG devices.
Aren't the afib algorithms on my device good enough?
The ability to take an ECG at any time from your own watch or device is life-changing. The automated afib algorithms on most devices are good but may have limitations when the rate is too fast. In addition, they may get confused when there are lots of premature heart beats.
Now, you have a human expert available at all times to take a second look at your ECG. This expert can provide an opinion on whether or not your ECG indeed looks like Afib or if it appears to be some other abnormal rhythm such as ectopic beats or supraventricular tachycardia (SVT).
How do I get started?
Through our partnership, you have an exclusive 50%-off promotion for ReadMyECG! This promo expires after March 2022. Try ReadMyECG here.