Eko: Digital Stethoscope + ECG

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About this app

Turn every patient encounter into an early detection opportunity for cardiac and pulmonary disease.

Your time is limited.

Yet exceptional care requires detail. The Eko App paired with your Eko stethoscope makes gathering more of the information you need to detect disease easily fit as a non-disruptive part of your physical exam workflow.

When connected to your digital stethoscope, Eko automatically checks for heart murmurs (and AFib when using DUO) in the background during auscultation and rhythm assessments.

Use Eko to:

- Check for signs of heart disease in seconds
- Listen wirelessly using the Bluetooth-enabled device of your choice
- Record, playback, annotate and save stethoscope sounds and ECG
- Securely store unlimited recordings for future reference
- Live stream stethoscope sounds and ECG in real-time*
- Generate and share reports with trusted colleagues or upload to compatible EHRs
- Aid in medical education and patient engagement

*Telehealth subscription required for live streaming

For healthcare professionals only. Requires a compatible device. Visit ekohealth.com to learn more about compatible devices.

Have questions, comments, or feedback?
Reach out to us at support@ekodevices.com
Updated on
May 19, 2022

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What's new

For the first time, we're including automated detection for heart murmurs and atrial fibrillation, with no subscription required. Additionally, we've improved the app to make recording and analyzing easier and more intuitive during physical exams.

Look out for these new features:
An overhauled user experience
Comprehensive exam modes (spot check and full cardiac exam)
Report sharing capabilities for exam results and recordings
Auto-record functionality based on heart sound strength