• Certainty when heart
    palpitations occur

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • Also measure your cardiac rhythm
    if you have high blood pressure

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • Keep your own watchful eye
    on atrial fibrillation

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • Keep your heart in sync
    after a heart attack

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • Don't risk your heart
    after a stroke

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • For diabetics, greater transparency
    in matters of the heart

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • Look out for your heart
    during menopause

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG
  • Monitor your heart's health
    after age 60

    Detect cardiac arrhythmia simply by app
    Clinically validated accuracy comparable to ECG

For whom, why and when

There are certain situations in life that can cause the heart to go out of sync more often than usual. Half of those affected will not even notice, while the other half becomes unsettled and anxious because of their noticeable palpations. Disturbances of the heart's rhythm may actually be harmless, but they can also be critical and hardly distinguishable for those affected. Here, the boundaries blur. Moreover, cardiac arrhythmias often occur sporadically. That is why they are not always detected in the doctor's examining room or on a 24-hour ECG.

The occasional heart palpation is usually harmless. Should, by contrast, atrial fibrillation – the most common form of cardiac arrhythmia – go unnoticed or remain untreated it can end in a stroke. Every ten seconds, that is exactly what happens.

Measure with a smartphone

Just with your smartphone you can now accurately measure and record the exact moment you notice that your heart seems out of sync. And in certain life situations, regular use of the app is indispensable: Cardiac arrhythmias are often sporadic by nature and sometimes imperceptible. Preventicus Heartbeats very clearly tells you if everything is alright and when there is a need for action. Knowledge brings certainty.

Developed with cardiologists 

So that you can be certain when life hangs in the balance. For your doctor, so that he can plan the best course of best treatment strategy based on the abnormalities recorded. Preventicus Heartbeats is a CE-certified medical device; clinical studies have proven its accuracy to be nearly equivalent to ECG in the detection of atrial fibrillation. 

Die erste medizinisch zugelassene App zur Herzrhythmusanalyse Mit Ihrem Smartphone – ohne weiteres Zubehör

Simply measure and detect — it's brilliant


Easy pulse recordings simply with your smartphone camera

Automatic detection of cardiac arrhythmias (extra heartbeats, atrial fibrillation) with accuracy equivalent to an ECG (clinically validated).

 

 

Document it

 

You receive a clear green-yellow-red analysis with a high level of accuracy and recommended courses of action.

Up to five-minute pulse curve recordings on a PDF report instantly visualize rhythm analysis, understandable for you and your doctor.

Dr. Heart explains...


... what you need to know about cardiac arrhythmias

...what benefits Preventicus Heartbeats has to offer you