Cardiovascular disease is the leading killer globally and a €1 trillion public health burden by 2030. Managing this public health challenge starts with early diagnosis, and the most ubiquitous point-of-care test to detect heart problems is the electrocardiogram.
By applying artificial intelligence, Idoven can help increase the speed, accuracy and consistency of detecting cardiovascular diseases, as well as accelerate the development and delivery of any medication impacting the heart.
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From Idoven we have a clear objective. We want our customers to have longer and happier lives, trying to detect early and non-invasive cardiac problems to prevent diseases such as myocardial infarction, arrhythmias and sudden death.
Last week we explained how Idoven and the Iker Casillas Foundation are bringing cardiology closer to the little ones at the Iker Casillas summer camp.
Since Idoven has Iker Casillas as an investor in society with the common goal of early and non-invasive prevention of heart problems such as myocardial infarction and sudden death, we have beenable to explain the importance of maintaining a strong and healthy heart in order to live longer, happier and healthier lives.
Promising ehealth startup combines wearables tech and AI to analyse heart beats and detect heart problems.