Act correctly in case of suspected atrial fibrillation: share your ecg taken by the Withings Move |Core BMP ECG with a doctor
If there are potential signs of atrial fibrillation after recording a mobile ECG, it is highly recommended to immediately seek professional advice from a doctor.
With the Withings Move ECG and the Withings BPM Core you can take your own mobile ECG at any time and directly share it as a PDF to a physician.
Our cardiologists are specialized in diagnosing ECGs with suspected atrial fibrillation or cardiac rhythm disorders. Try it out!
In less than 24 hours you will receive a well-founded medical assessment of your ECG. Don't lose any time when it comes to your health!
The first ECG diagnosis is 100% free for you as a new patient. Each additional cardiological assessment will only cost you 19.99 Euro.
Connect your Withings Move ECG or Withings Core BPM with your device and download the Withings Health Mate App. For further details on how to set up your account and correctly take an ECG, please refer to the official Withings guidelines.
Open the Withings Health Mate app on your device and click the “Dashboard“ tab in the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. Then click on the menu item "ECG" and select the ECG you want to have reviewed.
Now click on the button "Forward the PDF to your doctor" in the full ECG view.
Your ECG will then open as a PDF on your device. Now click on the "... " symbol in the upper right corner of the screen and select "Send file..." afterwards.
You will now receive a series of app suggestions that you can use to export the ECG as a PDF file. The apps listed depend on your personal installations and are individual.
Select iATROS from the app suggestions by clicking on the iATROS logo. Now you can classify the ECG as such within the iATROS app and your data is securely stored in your personal health account.
iATROS is the perfect companion for all cardiovascular patients who want to store their measured vital parameters safely at a central location. Our experienced cardiologists are available 24/7 to answer your medical questions.