The Need for Arrhythmia Detection

Heart arrhythmias are a major U.S. health concern, with the potential to be life-threatening and expensive to treat:

Arrhythmia increases

risk of death
by 2x
1

38M people
worldwide have an arrhythmia2

Heart disease costs
$229 Billion
in u.s. healthcare costs3

The Diagnosis Gap

While mobile cardiac monitoring improves arrhythmia detection and patient outcomes,
several inefficiencies remain:

Multiple,<br>Cumbersome Devices

Multiple,
Cumbersome Devices

Multiple, bulky devices
decrease ease-of-use
& patient satisfaction.

Lack of Continuous<br>Connection

Lack of Continuous
Connection

Failure to stay connected with patient results in low compliance and poor data transparency.

Extended Report<br>Turnaround Time

Extended Report
Turnaround Time

Lengthy processing and report turnaround time delays physician response and timely clinical intervention.

A Better Way to Monitor

Introducing the first wearable cardiac ECG monitor with built-in cellular connection for faster, more comfortable, and overall better arrhythmia detection.

1. https://www.ajconline.org/article/S0002-9149(98)00583-9/fulltext 2. Lippi, et al. Global epidemiology of atrial fibrillation: An increasing epidemic and public health challenge. Int J Stroke. 2021 Feb;16(2):217-221. 3.

https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm

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Faster, Better
Monitoring
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Faster, Better
Monitoring
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Faster, Better
Monitoring
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