- AFib is associated with a 5x greater risk of stroke and heart failure, so it’s important to detect and begin treatment early.
- Unfortunately, AFib can show no symptoms and may not be present during doctor’s visits because the episodes come and go,
which means it’s often left undiagnosed.
- Given how serious AFib complications can be, it is important for those who may be at risk to routinely record electrocardiogram
(ECG) measurements, according to current medical guidelines.
- OMRON Complete is NOT intended for diagnosis of any cardiac conditions without a healthcare professional. Consult
a healthcare professional prior to use.
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