Using the Application
2. TAKE A MEASUREMENT
Lay down and relax. Press Start, place the smartphone on your chest and relax. There is a 10-second countdown, and the measurement takes only 60 seconds.
3. VIEW THE RESULT
CardioSignal displays the result quickly after the measurement. If the measurement has revealed signs of possible atrial fibrillation, repeat the measurement.
4. REPEAT THE MEASUREMENT DAILY
We recommend you take a few measurements daily, preferably every morning and evening. To ensure your results are reliable, it is important to be relaxed before beginning the measurement.
Install CardioSignal Now
You can download the CardioSignal application for free. You can try the measurement function five times for free before deciding whether you want to subscribe to the service. Simply click on the link below and download CardioSignal to your smartphone.
To be able to use the CardioSignal application, you need to activate the measurement function. You can choose a subscription period of one month, three months, or one year within the application using the Apple or Google payment system.
PRICING: 7.99 € / 1 month, 14.99 € / 3 months, and 49.99 € / 12 months.
NOTE: You can make sure your smartphone is compatible with the CardioSignal application by downloading the application from the application store. It is not possible to install the application onto devices that are not compatible.
CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE
You can reach us via email or by phone 9 a.m.–4 p.m. EET on weekdays.
CardioSignal is a certified medical device
The CardioSignal mobile application is a CE IIa class certified medical device. The certification is used in the EU area to ensure that the product works in accordance with EU directive standards. Precordior Ltd. is certified in accordance with the ISO 13485:2016 standard. The standard specifies the requirements for a quality system in an organization that needs to prove it is able to produce medical devices and services related to them in a way that consistently meets the requirements of both the customer and the local supervisory authority.