Why Choose AfibAlert® Heart Monitor
If you’ve been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, having peace of mind that your rhythms are in check is key to ensuring your continued health and happiness. AfibAlert is the only medical device FDA-cleared for remote Afib detection, and here’s why it’s right for you!
Afib Detection for Patients:
- Who’ve been diagnosed and want the ability to monitor the effects of heart rhythm treatment plans.
- Who need Afib detection after a medical procedure, such as an ablation, to ensure the condition is improving.
- Who could benefit from remote Afib detection by self-monitoring instead of constant emergency room drop-ins.
- Who want the ability to record, save, and access medical-grade ECG results from anywhere, at any time.
- Who could benefit from peace of mind if suspected they’re having a cardiac episode.
- Note: even if atrial fibrillation isn’t detected and you still aren’t feeling well, we highly recommend that you seek medical attention.
- Who need devices with longer monitoring capabilities than traditional holders/event recorders
- Who need to confirm a procedure has been effective or track down an elusive arrhythmia diagnosis.
- Who have patients unable to use traditional event recorders, the AfibAlert can be used as an alternative. The device offers remote Afib detection by capturing high quality ECGs while being far less intrusive on patients’ daily activities.
- Whose patients have difficulty coming in for an ECG test, and could instead use remote Afib detection to send you a high-quality ECG strip they can capture themselves.
- Who don’t have the time or resources to wait while a patient gets a holter or event recorder prescribed to take back home.
- Who have patients bringing low quality ECG strips captured from standard heart rhythm monitors that aren’t useful in diagnosis.
Hospital or Health System
- ACO’s looking for low-cost Afib detection methods to cut down on patient readmission
- That serve cardiac patients in a broad geographic area and need ways to monitor them after discharge that is timely, accurate and economical.
- That provides remote cardiac monitoring and needs an event recorder that doesn’t require leads to be hooked up to the patient.
- That need a cost-effective means for Afib detection while capturing medical-grade quality ECGs in the field, in the office, or anywhere.