Here are some common questions that people have about HelpWear

Question 1:
What is a HeartWatch?

HeartWatch is a 24/7 non-invasive ECG Monitor that can be worn on the patients left bicep to acquire electrocardiogram (ECG) signals from the human body.

Question 2:
What is an Electrocardiogram (ECG)?

An electrocardiogram is a biometric signal that measures the electrical activity of the heart to assess how well it’s working.

Question 3:
How can I get a HeartWatch?

HeartWatch will enter the market in North America once HelpWear has completed its clinical validation process to get FDA and Health Canada approvals.

Question 4:
Where is HelpWear based?

HelpWear operates out of the Biomedical Zone at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, Ontario.

Question 5:
How can I learn more about HelpWear and HeartWatch?

The HelpWear team is always looking to engage with patients, experts, and tech enthusiasts. To learn more about us, feel free to contact us through the contact page or tell us about your experiences with cardiac illness through our survey.

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