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Stroke is the leading cause of death in women and the second in men

1 in 6 people over the age of 50 will suffer a stroke in their lifetime

Atrial Fibrillation is the cause of more than 3M strokes per year worldwide

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How to avoid a stroke in time?

Monitor your heart rate and test for arrhythmias in as little as 30 seconds with the Rithmi app and join the fight for stroke prevention.

Rithmi Flash check, un monitor cardíaco utilizando únicamente tu teléfono móvil.

Why is it important to monitor your heart rate regularly?

In 40% of episodes of atrial fibrillation, the person had no symptoms at all

1 in 3 strokes are due to this arrhythmia

1 in 4 people over the age of 40 will develop Atrial Fibrillation at some point in their lives

What are the advantages of using Rithmi?

  • Software certified as a medical product

  • Detects cardiac arrhythmias in 30 seconds

  • Share the data with your doctor

  • Stroke Information and Risk Factors

How can we help you?

Rithmi FlashCheck is the new feature of the Rithmi application. You can have control over your heart rate by performing an arrhythmia test with the camera and the flash of your mobile phone, without the need for an external device.

You can download the app here:

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More information

The Rithmi app is compatible with Garmin devices for iOS and Android operating systems. In addition, with the launch promotion you can get a 5% discount on the purchase of one of the Garmin® devices compatible with our application and we will give you 1 year subscription to Rithmi’s arrhythmia detection service.

More information

Rithmi Heart Monitor is a non-invasive medical device in the form of a bracelet that connected to our application, is able to detect abnormalities in heart rhythm in real time. Rithmi monitors your heart rate 24/7 to warn you when you suffer an arrhythmia and to be able to act in time before a possible stroke, thanks to the algorithm developed based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

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