The Iker Casillas Foundation, Real Madrid Foundation and IDOVEN join forces to bring digital cardiology closer to vulnerable groups

Today we would like to echo the agreement signed by the Iker Casillas Foundation, the Real Madrid Foundation and IDOVEN with the aim of bringing professional cardiology at a distance to vulnerable and non-vulnerable groups of children.

This agreement has been driven by The Iker Casillas Foundation supporting the movement #DonateYourBeats which has already been joined by more than 70 Spanish elite athletes, companies such as Google or Banco Santander and hundreds of anonymous people who, tHow to use our professional cardiac monitoring serviceshave decided to become the first heartbeat donors in the world.

This movement is publicly supported by Andrus Ansip as Vice-President of the European Commission. The ultimate goal is to help advance research into heart problems.

According to Iker Casillas We must make society as a whole aware of the importance of having regular heart check-ups," said the president of the foundation that bears his name, "We must make society as a whole aware of the importance of having regular heart check-ups. If, in addition, thanks to this collaboration, vulnerable groups and young people with a high risk of heart disease can benefit, we will be helping families in need".

The aim of this new partnership is to check hundreds of millions of heartbeats for a total of 800 beneficiaries of the Real Madrid Foundation's socio-sports projects.

After monitoring the heart with our professional remote cardiology services, the heartbeats of the 800 children will be analysed thanks to our cloud-based, artificial intelligence platform and our cardiology specialists who make up the IDOVEN medical team..

The beneficiaries will get a medical evaluation of their heart activity and with their heartbeats they will contribute to research and prevention of heart diseases.

The #DonateYourBeats movement can help healthcare professionals to better prevent heart disease, diagnose heart problems early and non-invasively, improve care pathways by reducing both waiting lists and the costs associated with these medical consultations.

The ultimate goal of our services and technology is for people to live happier, healthier and longer lives.

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