India Study Tracks Afib with Magpi, RedCap, and AliveCor

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A new study just published in BMJ describes using Magpi to track afib (atrial fibrillation) using multiple other tools, including AliveCor heart monitoring, RedCap clinical information systems, Stata analytics, and more . From the study authors: Based on our prior experience, we use the Magpi platform to administer questionnaire-based surveys to the participants. Magpi allows for off-line data collection in smartphones and tablets through a user-friendly app and uploads collected data to a secure server once the device connects to the Internet. The files from the AF screening apps (AliveCor and ANAND) are downloaded to a personal computer from the phones using iTunes. Results from the automated algorithm of AF screening apps and all abnormal AliveCor ECG tracings are uploaded to REDCap

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India Study Tracks Afib with Magpi, RedCap, and AliveCor