H'andy Sana Mobile Phone Can Send ECG To Doctors

Posted: Aug 16 2010, 8:15am CDT | by , in News

H'andy sana Mobile Phone Can Send ECG to Doctors
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A German company called H'andy has announced that its sana mobile phone will be coming to the UK. The mobile phone has a touchscreen that measure s2.8-icnehs and all the functions you expect on a modern phone today.

Those features include a camera, web surfing, calendar, and dedicated menus for phone functions. The thing it has that you don’t find in phones today is the ability to capture and record the users ECG to send to doctors.

A heart patient needs to constantly monitor their heart to be sure they are in good health. The phone allows the user to press two fingers against the side of the phone for 30 seconds. During that time, the ECG is captured and stored for transmission to a doctor or care provider.

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