Zive Receives CE Clearance For Its Wearable ECG Recorder

Lithuania based smart medical company Zive received medical CE clearance for its ECG recorder...

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Lithuania based smart medical company Zive received medical CE clearance for its ECG recorder.

World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that cardiovascular diseases are on the rise. Many people suffering from cardiac arrhythmia are unable to find a solution. Existing Holter monitors are expensive, complex and uncomfortable to use, reports MedGadget.

Zive ECG provides long-term ECG monitoring with ease. Simply put your Zive ECG strap on, connect optional electrodes for 3 lead ECG monitoring, launch Zive app and follow an instant analysis of your heart in real-time

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You can connect it via Bluetooth or store Your data device memory for long term (up to 48h without recharge).

The Zive app puts your data in one place, accessible with a tap, giving you a clear and current overview of your heart status during day & night. Zive app keeps track of full 3 lead ECG, identifies extra or missed beats. Know instantly if your heart rhythm is normal. With Zive app track your palpitations, symptoms and risk factors over time.

Charge your device with the supplied docking station in less an hour and restart Your heart monitoring for another 48 hours. Easily access Your ECG data and send it to Your physician or use 3rd party software for additional analysis.

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Thanks to Zive ECG, you can now have a cost-effective tool providing peace of mind for you and your family. ZIVE ECG monitor targets home users with simple interface and usage. Unique features of the Zive ECG:

  • Chest Strap
  • Take ECG recordings anytime anywhere
  • Instant heart rate analysis
  • Detect normal heart rhythm or AFib
  • Unlimited cloud storage and history
  • Tracking weight and medication
  • Smart monitoring and notifications for smartphone
  • Let's you monitor your heart 24/7
  • Easy to use
  • Simple setup
  • Portable
  • Unisex
  • Battery lifetime up to 50 days
Sam Draper
August 3, 2020

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