We follow your rhythm
CardioCare@Home is a virtual care solution for long-term cardiac monitoring at home so that you never miss an arrhythmia again.
Designed for patients and their care team
CardioCare@Home is a prescription cardiac monitoring service. It is indicated for any patient that requires long-term electrocardiographic (ECG) monitoring in the comfort of their own home using our comfortable chest patch.
The underlying Byteflies Care@Home platform handles everything for you, from device shipping to data access and annotations.
Contact us to learn more about using CardioCare@Home in your hospital or medical practice.
I find CardioCare@Home very user-friendly. Switching the patch was easy. The fact that it measures constantly and not just a few times a day provides peace of mind.
Discover the benefits of CardioCare@Home for your practice
Provide your patients with an easy to use, comfortable solution that frees them of bulky devices and wires.
Continuous, long term ECG recording. Never be limited by how long you can monitor your patients.
High quality ECG data and rhythm analysis that will ensure that you are able to make accurate diagnoses.
View ECG data and rhythm analysis easily on your personal dashboard as soon as patients start recording.
Powered by Byteflies
CardioCare@Home is powered by CE-certified Byteflies technology.
Sensor Dots are small wearable devices that can record high fidelity ECG and physical motion signals and transmit them securely to the Byteflies Cloud. CardioCare@Home Pro provides a versatile dashboard for medical professionals that can be used to manage patients, their data and reports, and is integrated with your medical record environment.
Our team will be happy to assist you!
CardioCare@Home is a procedure pack as defined in the Medical Device Regulation (MDR 2017/745). It bundles Byteflies Kit, ECG Adhesives, and CardioCare@Home Pro, which are CE-certified medical devices under the MDR. CardioCare@Home is prescribed and operated by appropriately trained medical professionals; any diagnostic decisions are the responsibility of the prescribing physician.