Universal iCard ECG attachment for your iPhone & iPad [Android Update]

We are all familiar with the amazing iPhonECG that became a global social viral idea pandemic in January 2011. Dr. David Albert has just announced a Universal iCard ECG attachment for the iPhone & iPads after Alivecore’s clinical validation studies at University of Oklahoma. How about listening to a demonstration by the Dr. Albert …

Universal iCard ECG Features

  • Records and stores the electrocardiogram (ECG) on the servers, data can be downloaded as .pdf file format by the physician in any part of the world.
  • Extremely thin & small with size of a credit-card
  • Made up of very low profile velcro (black and metallic red colors)
  • Battery compartment on back of iCard (lasts for 150 hours)
  • Attachment for iPhone 3GS iPhone4, iPad, and iPad 2 (all iOS devices)
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance is still pending.
  • Universal iCard ECG

    The Universal iCard ECG cost and sales will be announced after the 510(k) clearances.

    Update [7th July 2011] : Android ECG

    Here, is an another update for Android users by Dr. David Albert. The demonstration below shows the Android ECG utilizing the iCard hardware and a Samsung Infuse 4G Android phone. It uses the iCard ECG hardware which is interchangable with iOS or Android devices.

    Stay tuned for more updates about the iCard ECG. Don’t forget to like the AliveCor Facebook page and follow @DrDave01.

    Related Posts : Do read them too !
    The Revolutionary iPhone ECG by Dr. David Albert.
    12-Lead Diagnostic ECG Recording by Dr. Govindan Gopinathan

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7 Responses to “Universal iCard ECG attachment for your iPhone & iPad [Android Update]”

  1. Pietro Cipresso June 27, 2011 at 9:18 am #

    This ECG looks great. Is it possible to connect to iPhone only if the card is attached to it …or this “ECG card” communicate through bluetooth?
    Then, will you release SDK for this product? Thanks, Pietro.

    • Rohan Aurora June 27, 2011 at 8:38 pm #

      Apart from the iOS, there are plenty of efforts being made in the Android app development for the iCard ECG. I reckon that the Bluetooth technology is not used in the iPhonECG and iCard ECG. The question related to software development kit can be directly asked to the inventor of the device Dr. Albert. Stay connected with AiveCor for more updates.

  2. Freedyq September 7, 2012 at 8:04 pm #

    I will like to have this divice. Can you tell me where can I get it?

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