ECG Check is for you if you are concerned about your heart rhythm or if you have experienced symptoms that are suggestive of abnormal heart rhythms:
lightheadedness or faintness
or if you have a history of arrhythmias
When experiencing symptoms, begin recording your ECG.
Hold the monitor in both hands
Press the blue button to recor
Record for 30 seconds
Enter your health notes
Results show normal ( ), Irregular HR ( ), Unable to read ( ).
For users with a prescription, it displays and stores your ECG rhythm.
Transmit your ECG data to a medical professional via a secure cloud server or email
Results in just 30 seconds
How it works
for Chest and Leg recordings
You can use ECG Check's unique
"side sensor" to record your ECG
from your chest (V1-V6) or left leg (LII).
How the side sensor works
Hold ECG Check's right sensor with your right fingers.
For the V1-V6 positions place the side sensor on your chest.
For the LII position, place the side sensor on your left leg ankle or knee.
Record for 30 seconds.
These positions are often used for recording ECGs with 2-12 lead ECGs and chest patches. Ask your doctor, physician's assistant or RN if this could help.
Other Key Features
Power and convenience for you.
Unlimited free storage
on your phone
Single charge lasts 9 months under normal use
30 ft. range
ECG Check is FDA cleared for Over-the-Counter (OTC) use and also with a medical Prescription (Rx)
With Prescription ("Rx")
Users in the USA are required to have a prescription from their Doctor or from an Advance Practice Clinician (which includes Physician's Assistants (PAs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs)), in order to see and save their ECG on their mobile device.
If you do not have a prescription ("OTC")
Use ECG Check in "OTC" mode and see results as Normal ( ), Irregular ( ), Unable to read ( )
Request a Rx from your Doctor or from an Advance Practice Clinician (make sure to include the PDF prescription request when you contact your doctor via email or a secure medical portal).
To: My Dear Doctor_and_Advance Practice Clinician@email.com
Subject: ECG Check Rx
I am very interested in using ECG Check to monitor my heart rhythm at home when I feel light headed or faint, or while we are traveling. I have attached information about how to use ECG Check which is FDA cleared for OTC and Rx use at home. I am requesting a prescription (Rx) so I may see the waveform as it is recording as well as my past saved recordings.