my mhealth: myHeart
Category: Body areas
myHeart helps you understand your heart condition and tackle any issues or concerns around it.
The app includes information on heart attacks, angiograms, when to start exercising, what to eat and what your tablets do.
Who is it suitable for?
Anyone over the age of 18 with a heart condition or who has had, or is about to have, heart surgery or investigations.
How does it work?
myHeart provides you with self-help tools to record your symptoms and medication, an exercise programme, and lots of information to help you learn about your condition.
You can enter your diagnosis and the date it was made, and the app provides relevant content specific to you.
Recording your symptoms and entering your medication lets you see how you're getting on.
myHeart helps with the following conditions:
- heart attacks
- heart failure
- aortic or mitral valve disease
- cardiac interventions, such as angiograms or pacemaker insertion
Having a heart condition or undergoing a heart-related investigation like an angiogram is very stressful.
myHeart provides lots of information about these and many other topics, giving you the latest information on each.
The app aims to help you understand your condition so you can work together with your healthcare team to achieve and maintain the best results.
Clinicians can also use myHeart, and work with you to maximise the best and most convenient care during and after what can be a very worrying period.
The app also allows remote monitoring and tracking to reduce the need for elective treatment if your condition is stable.
Report an issue
You can contact the developer directly to report any issue or if you have any questions about this product.
Please share the details through our contact form for our records.
How do I access it?
The my mhealth app is available to download from the App Store, Google Play and the developer's website.
You can then purchase a myHeart license for a one-off payment of £39.99.
Once downloaded, the app can be accessed through any device that connects to the internet, such as a computer, tablet or smartphone.
Page last reviewed: 27/03/2019
Next review due: 27/03/2022
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