A celebrity-endorsed tech company has developed the world’s first wearable device that monitors electrocardiogram (ECG) data, adding a new dimension to the ongoing harmony of the digital and healthcare worlds. Four Frontier’s revolutionary product, the Frontier X, is a chest-worn device used for athletic training, cardiac rehabilitation and remote monitoring – made to keep you healthy and away from the hospital. Many of us know very little about what goes on inside our extremely sophisticated bodies. This data has been kept within the realms of sports medicine labs and doctor’s offices, with little to no knowledge of how vital it is to our overall health to know how our heart is doing. Using superior software and advanced algorithms, the future of personal health monitoring is bringing together the best of cardiac science and technology. Former women’s marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe recognises the importance of this development, saying “The heart and lungs are the fundamental foundations of all endurance sport. Frontier X enables us to protect and listen to them, thus helping us all to work with our bodies in far greater harmony. ” The Frontier X, unlike other ECG monitors, records not only the user’s beats per minute but also the core functioning of the heart and lungs – generating a continuous ECG graph. This allows users to monitor to correlate this data with their breathing rate, heart rate, cardiac strain and activity on a web dashboard – offering a complete report of your real-time health. The monitoring of the product is advanced enough to tell if a person is at risk of a cardiac arrest – meaning those at risk from COVID-19 can have an accurate and constant source of data. The software also works with an integrated app and alongside smartwatches.
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