The skeptical cardiologist has just updated his page on atrial fibrillation. I’ve updated the sections on medical management of AF and on AF ablation and included the relevant sections at
The skeptical cardiologist revealed recently that the Apple Watch (AW) ECG app is incapable of identifying atrial fibrillation (AF) if the heart rate is greater than 120 beats per minute.
The skeptical cardiologist previously shared reader Mark Goldstein’s experience with atrial fibrillation which led him to choose to have an ablation. Mark has subsequently undergone the ablation procedure and has
A Review Of SonoHealth’s EKGraph Portable ECG Monitor: Comparison To Apple Watch ECG And AliveCor’s Kardia ECG
The skeptical cardiologist keeps his eyes open for new, potentially improved ways of personal mobile ECG monitoring and when I saw the following comments on an afib forum I was
The skeptical cardiologist was quite enthusiastic about AliveCor’s Kardia Band for Apple Watch upon its release late in 2017. I was able to easily make high fidelity, medical grade ECG recordings
The skeptical cardiologist has been evaluating a demo version of AliveCor’s new KardiaMobile 6L. I have been a huge advocate of Kardia’s single lead ECG and use it with great
Anthony C. Pearson M.D., F.A.C.C. is a cardiologist, musician, writer and a regular columnist at MedPage Today