Cardiogram at 30,000 feet

A doctor performed a cardiogram with an iPhone on a flying plane:

That day on the airplane, Dr. Topol displayed the potential of wireless medicine when he snapped an AliveCor device onto his iPhone and performed a cardiogram at 30,000 feet. Using this portable, cellphone powered device, Topol was able to see that the passenger was definitely having a heart attack and he recommended an urgent landing. The passenger was rushed to the hospital and survived.

The future of healthcare is in your pocketable digital device.

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