Arrhythmia Alliance News & Events
Homeless Man Saves Life of Stranger with CPR and Eventually AED
Survivor knows firsthand the benefits of automatic defibrillators
“I am a case study for the importance of an automated external defibrillator. If it hadn't been for that little machine, I wouldn't be alive today. You hope you never need to use one, but if you do, it is a lifesaver. I believe strongly in the Steven M. Gootter Foundation's efforts to distribute defibrillators in the ...
New tech to prevent strokes rolled out in North West Coast
INNOVATIVE technology is being introduced across Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and south Cumbria to prevent strokes and save lives.
GPs, pharmacies and community health clinics in Worcestershire urged to bid for new technology to detect irregular heart rhythm
INNOVATIVE new technology could soon be used in Worcestershire to help prevent strokes and save lives.
Cardiac Rhythm News - 16 February 2018
All the latest from the Cardiac Rhythm News.
GPs set to gain access to 30-second fingertip AF testing device
A new tech device to speed up atrial fibrillation diagnosis has the potential to save the NHS £2bn, its developer has claimed.
Call for Elections
The European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) is pleased to announce the opening of its call for Elections: Executive Board positions for the period 2018-2020.
Smartphone ECG device KardiaMobile rolled out to NHS to combat atrial fibrillation
AliveCor has announced that it has begun the rollout of its KardiaMobile technology to the NHS via the UK’s Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) as part of a project funded by NHS England to accelerate diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AF), a potentially fatal heart rhythm condition.
Time is of the essence when using a defibrillator
A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock to the heart through the chest wall to someone who is in cardiac arrest.
Patient first to benefit from new heart device
A PATIENT has become the first in the UK to be implanted with an innovative cardiac device to modulate the heart’s beat.
NHS rolls out KardiaMobile to accelerate detection of arrhythmia
KardiaMobile, developed by AliveCor, is a credit card sized device able to detect AF in 30 seconds, by recording the electrical activity of the heart through a person's fingertips and sending the data to a smartphone/tablet app. The app allows heart rhythm recordings to be viewed, saved and shared with ...