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What exactly are ECG and respiration for?

Updated on 20 March, 2019

These measurements are unique life signals that give you information about your health. Normally, they are collected at hospitals. ECG (or EKG) is a tiny electrical charges on the skin arising from the heart muscle’s electrophysiological activity. It shows if most of our body works properly - veins, inner limbs, and nervous system. This is one of the most important measurements. Respiration is a simple measurement collected with advanced sensors, which gives information about lungs and number or depth of breaths taken every minute.

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