Idoven validates medical certificates of fitness for sport | IDOVEN

Today is a great day for the Idoven family.

Many of our athletes, both amateur and semi-professional, have asked us to validate the required medical fitness certificates for long-distance races. From now on it is possible.

What is it and what does this certificate require?

It is certified proof that the athlete does not suffer from any heart problems to practice any long-resistance sports in a suitable and safe way.

This type of certificate is usually requested in events such as the Montblanc Ultra trail, Ironman, Ultraman, many of the world's marathons, half-marathons, and style events.

This certificate confirms that the athlete has had his heart tested and can try to enter and finish the race without any problems.

One of the goals we have from Idoven is to prevent any kind of heart disease with our studies.

Once the whole process has been carried out (purchase of the study on our website, sending the sports holter to your home, measurement, forwarding to our offices, analysis with our artificial intelligence and subsequent high-precision cardiological diagnosis carried out by our online medical team in approximately 3 days), if the result is optimal, we can confirm that the athlete is fit to participate in any test, and therefore, we can sign the document that accredits it.

We continue to fight against heart disease, and from now on, we can validate that the athletes who undergo our studies and monitor some of their training can perform any sport activity safely.

If you have a sports event coming up and you need a medical fitness certificate, put yourself in our hands. You will eliminate your risk of heart problems and help other athletes save their lives by donating your heartbeats.

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