• 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

Cardiac arrhythmias explained

Nobody's heart always beats totally regularly. Cardiac arrhythmias can come and go, and everything often shows up fine on the ECG during the doctor's visit. Now, you can either record irregularities when you notice that something seems to be out of sync. Or, better yet, monitor your heartbeat regularly and prophylactically. As we know, almost half of all rhythmic abnormalities go unnoticed.

Just about everybody has the occasional heart palpation (extra beats). This app indicates these irregularities, but when they are within the normal spread, the traffic light stays green and you can rest reassured. But, whenever a rhythmic abnormality becomes relevant and needs to be discussed with a doctor, a clear-cut course of action recommended to you. These pulse curves help your doctor instantly visualize abnormalities and initiate the appropriate therapeutic measures. 

Heart-healthy safeguard. Cardiac rhythm, pulse and blood pressure are your constant companions

The foundation for determining whether you’re heart-healthy is supported by three pillars: Measure blood pressure, then pulse and next analyze your cardiac rhythm. Your doctor does the latter with an ECG – and you can do the same monitoring with your Preventicus Heartbeats App.

Today's fitness trackers, smartwatches or apps mostly only measure your average heart rate. They tell you how often your heart beats per minute. But it does not tell you anything about your heartbeats’ regularity. That is the major difference over cardiac rhythm – the core feature of Preventicus Heartbeats.

How it works

The app is a class 1 medical device based on documented clinical evidence. The algorithm running the app uses the pulse curves to generate highly accurate calculations of any increased occurrence of premature beats (>5% of all beats: suspicion of mild cardiac arrhythmia, yellow traffic light) or the presence of absolute arrhythmia suspicious of atrial fibrillation (suspicion of significant cardiac arrhythmia) red traffic light).

Additional information is provided on relevant heart rate findings of bradycardia (chronically too slow) and tachycardia (chronically too fast). Any possible disturbances occurring during the measurement (wobbling, coughing, trembling by the wearer etc.) are detected and eliminated 100% automatically.

The Premium Version moreover features a print function that generates a PDF report. This report includes the 5-minute recording of the original pulse curves and a symbolic display of the R-spikes in each heart cycle. Thus, doctors are given a purely visual way to immediately evaluate the wearer's heart rhythm and the automatically generated interpretation.

 

 

Pulse wave of a regular heart rhythm
Pulse wave of high-grade cardiac arrhythmia or atrial fibrillation
Rhythm and analysis chart of a regular heart rhythm
Rhythm and analysis chart of a mild cardiac arrhythmia
Rhythm and analysis chart of high-grade cardiac arrhythmia or atrial fibrillation