The stage is set to see some pretty impressive mHealth technology debut at CES next week, and we’re already getting a preview. A company called AliveCor has created an iPhone app and sensor technology that combine to produce “clinical-quality cardiac event readings,” otherwise known as a Electrocardiography or “ECG.”
The system is relatively simple; it uses a slim, low power sleeve with electrodes on the back to get readings, and communicates with a corresponding mobile app installed on the device. It also works wirelessly via Bluetooth to track and organize readings without being attached to the device.
“iPhone ECG” is set to be unveiled sometime during CES this week, but the company did release a demo video to show it in action….