New Delhi. An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple test that can be used to check the rhythm and electrical activity of a person’s heart. It is often used to help diagnose and monitor conditions that affect the heart. Testing may be used to check for signs of a heart problem. It is difficult to reach the nearest hospital or clinic every time. This is where portable ECG devices come in handy. Portable ECG devices are available both online and offline. Here we are telling you about 7 pocket ECG machines:
Sunfox Spandan 4.0:
Talking about its price, the price of Sunfox Spandan 4.0 is Rs 7,249.
Talking about the features and specifications, Sunfox Spandan 4.0 has been developed by Dehradun based company Sunfox. It claims to record preliminary testing in under 10 seconds. Spandon can detect many different types of heart conditions and abnormalities. This 12-lead-based ECG device is compatible with Android phones only. Can record, save and share unlimited ECG reports via smartphone.
Talking about its price, the price of Sanket Life 2.0 is Rs 2,499. Talking about the features and specifications, the Sanket Life 2.0 is a portable 12-lead-based device. It comes with 100 pre-installed ECG testing. It can be used in homes or clinics. This Indian made pocket ECG device also provides instant results. It is compatible with both Android and iOS smartphones. This pocket medical device can display stress levels, heart rate variability and much more.
Agatsa Sanketlife Pro+
Talking about its price, Agatsa Sanketlife Pro+ is available for Rs.3,500. Talking about the features and specifications, the Agatsa Sanketlife Pro+ weighs only 50 grams. This pocket ECG device is made of plastic and claims to deliver testing results with 98% accuracy. It can detect 30 heart irregularities. Users can do 70 ECG testing for free. Sanketlife Pro+ packs a 210mAh battery and is compatible with both Android and iOS.
KardiaMobile 6-lead ECG device:
Talking about its price, the price of KardiaMobile 6-lead ECG device is Rs 14,999. KardiaMobile is an AI and Bluetooth-enabled 6-lead ECG device. This portable ECG machine claims to record medical-grade heart data. It promises to do it in 30 seconds. Users can also save and share the readings through their smartphone. It is compatible with both Android and iOS.
AliveCor single-lead ECG device
The AliveCor single-lead ECG is available for Rs.7,499. As for the specifications, the AliveCor single-lead ECG portable ECG machine can detect the 4 most common arrhythmias with its AI technology. The device can store ECG history locally. It allows users to share data. It can analyze ECG for a period of 30 seconds to 5 minutes. It can record 300 samples per second.