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This article originally posted and appeared in  Medical DevicesProduct Spotlight3Issue 557

New Product: The iPhonECG

The iPhonECG

iPhonECGThe iPhonECG uses a slim, low-power sleeve with a couple of electrodes on the back to provide clinical-quality cardiac event readings. You can either hold it in your hands to get a reading of your pulse, or place it on the patient's chest. The sleeve can also work wirelessly with the iPhone 4. The iPhonECG was shown at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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This article originally posted 17 January, 2011 and appeared in  Medical DevicesProduct Spotlight3Issue 557

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