FDA Cleared Device
|Record an ECG (LEAD I) and provide a report
|Has built-in LCD to show immediate ECG
|Free App with Unlimited Storage
|Can be used with or without mobile app
|Share your ECG report to your doctor or family
|No monthly fee or subscription required
EKGraph™ vs. Other Heart Monitors
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How it works
Step 1: Record an ECG Fast and Easy
Recording an ECG couldn’t be easier. Simply hold the device between your hands for 10 seconds, and that’s it!
The EKGraph can also record multiple LEADs to show you a complete picture of your heart health.record multiple leads
Step 2: Receive Immediate ECG Analysis
Receive an instant Analysis right after recording an ECG. Classifications range from No Abnormalities and much more.View All Classifications
EKGraph device will classify an ECG as 1 of the following:
No Abnormalities – A regular or sinus rhythm of the heart set by the natural pacemaker of the heart called the sinoatrial (or sinus) node.
Arrhythmia – Any change from the normal sequence of electrical impulses. The electrical impulses may happen too fast, too slowly, or erratically – causing the heart to beat too fast, too slowly, or erratically.
Missed Beat – The heart’s regular rhythm is interrupted by a premature or early beat.
Bradycardia – A slower than normal heart rate (Less than 60 bpm)
Tachycardia – A faster than normal heart rate (Over 100 bpm)
Accidental VPB – Ventricular premature beats (VPB) are single ventricular impulses caused by re-entry within the ventricle or abnormal automaticity of ventricular cells.
VPB Trigeminy – 2 normal (sinus) beats followed by a VPB
VPB Bigeminy – 1 normal (sinus) beat followed by a VPB
VPB Couple – 2 consecutive VPBs
VPB Runs of 3 – 3 VPBs
VPB Runs of 4 – 4 VPBs
VPB RonT – A Ventricular premature beats so early in the cardiac cycle that it falls on the apex of the preceding T wave.
ST elevation – The ST segment is abnormally high above the baseline. The ST segment corresponds to a period of ventricular contraction.
ST depression – The ST segment is abnormally low below the baseline.
Step 3: Sync with your Smart Device
Use the SonoHealth App to Sync your ECG data to your iOS or Android Device.Download the App
Step 4: View, Email or Print Your ECG
Once downloaded into your smartphone, you can view, email or print your ECG report.
Email reports to your doctor, avoid unnecessary ER visits and save money!View a Sample Report
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Once an order is placed, our automated system gets right to work. Your information is sent to our fulfillment partner that will pick, and pack your EKGraph same day if order is received by 2pm EST. Our software will automatically select the shipping method and carrier, depending on your location and select a service that will ensure your EKGraph will arrive to you in 2 days or less.
Powering on and setting up the EKGraph will take you less than 3 minutes. You will have a quick start guide located right on the packaging to help you with the start up process. You can also visit SonoHealth.org/QuickStart/ for an in-depth guide.
We do not recommend the EKGraph to patients with pacemakers or ICDs. Pacemakers have their own electrical pulses that the EKGraph can pick up as your heartbeat’s wave or pulse. This makes it hard to decipher an EKG, however talk to your doctor. If he or she is able to distinguish your heart waves even with a pacemaker then this may be a good option for you.
We’re confident you’ll love our products, but if you don’t you have up to 60 days to let us know. Our return process is super easy and costs you nothing. We cover the return shipping and refund your FULL payment upon return of the product.