Place both the thumbs on the glass slots and just wait for the readings on the mobile app,” says Rahul Rastogi, demonstrating the credit-card sized device Sanket. In 15 minutes, the phone displays crests and troughs on a red graph — the ECG, thankfully, is normal. “We have been found to be 98% accurate when tested against digital ECG machines,” he says.
Heart of the matter
With its pocket-sized ECG device, Agatsa is aiming to detect heart disease in time
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