Feb 21

AliveCor launches most recent version of AliveECG app AliveCor.

Announced today the release of the latest version of the AliveECG app, with two brand-new FDA-cleared and CE-marked automated detectors that allow sufferers and physicians to focus on the ECGs that matter most. The brand new mobile app instantly detects when an ECG can be either Normal or unreadable. THE STANDARD Detector provides added reassurance allowing patients to go about their regular daily activities realizing that no abnormalities were detected within their ECG. The Interference Detector goes a step beyond the existing enhanced filter to make sure the ECG is definitely readable and physicians receive only the highest quality recordings. Now anytime an ECG is used with the AliveCor Heart Monitor, the AliveECG app will inform users if atrial fibrillation , a respected reason behind stroke, is present; if the ECG is normal; or when there is too much interference and another ECG should be taken.Based on the Identity Theft Analysis Center , more than 222 million personal records were exposed as the result of a breach in 2009 2009 alone. Breaches can happen in many ways, from hacking and insider theft through accidental exposure of information. One kind of ID theft documented by the ITRC is usually medical identity theft, which can have grave consequences. ‘As we noticed in ’09 2009, breaches can come in every sizes, from 30 records to 30 million, and so are becoming more technical in character,’ remarked Tom Rusin, CEO of Affinion Security Center. ‘By leveraging our 35 years knowledge in the ID theft sector and the level of our business, BreachShield can provide a true end-to-end answer to companies, irrespective of where they might fall for the reason that spectrum.