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Using Eko Clinic App on iOS

Download the Eko Clinic App for iOS

All Eko stethoscopes come with the Essentials features of the Eko App. These features allow you to record, analyze, and securely share data between providers and patients. While it is not required that you use the Eko App, we highly encourage you to use it to get the most out of your Eko device. 


Download the Eko App here.

Create an Eko Account

To create an Eko Account from a web browser:

  1. Open up the Eko Web Dashboard by clicking here
  2. Click on “Create Account”
  3. Fill out the Sign Up form and click “Create Account.”
  4. Eko will send you a confirmation email after you submit the form. Click on the confirmation link in the email to confirm your Eko Account.

To create an Eko Account from the Eko App:


  1. In the Login screen, click on “Sign Up.”
  2. Confirm you are a healthcare professional.
  3. Enter in your full name, email address and then click “Sign Up.”
  4. Eko will send you a confirmation email after you submit the form. Click on the confirmation link in the email to confirm your Eko Account.

Resetting your Eko account password

From the Eko mobile app, tap 'Forgot password' on the sign in screen and you will be guided to reset your password.

From the Web Dashboard, click on "Forgot your Password" below the Sign In button. 

Eko Support staff can also send you the link to reset your password as long as you supply your username (email address). Contact for more info.

App Settings Overview 


  1. View your battery life and bluetooth connection signal quality
  2. Adjust the Audio Filter using the slider.
  3. Turn ON/OFF active noise cancellation.
  4. Adjust recording length using the slider. The default is set to 15 seconds and can be adjusted up to a maximum of 2 minutes. 
  5. Turn ON/OFF Play from Headphones. This feature will enable you to set up wireless listening and hear auscultations directly from bluetooth headphones. Once Play From Headphones is turned ON, you will have additional settings to adjust. 
    1. Turn ON/OFF volume boost. Turning this feature ON will increase amplification to better detect heart and lung sounds.
    2. Adjust background connection time. This feature allows you to set the time the Eko app remains connected to your device in background mode. 
  6. Turn Live Stream ON/OFF. This feature is only for users who have Eko’s Telehealth software. Please click here to learn more. 

Change your audio filters

To change the filter settings on your CORE, start by turning on the CORE and pairing with your mobile device on the Eko App. Tap the top left corner to go into your settings. Then use the Audio Filter toggle to choose between your three options. 


The three filter options are:

  1. Wide: 45Hz-750Hz (Heart and Lung sounds)
  2. Cardiac: 35Hz-110Hz (Heart and Bowel sounds)
  3. Pulmonary: 275Hz-750Hz (Lung sounds)

Set up wireless listening

Wireless listening allows for real-time streaming of stethoscope sounds to Bluetooth-enabled audio devices. This set up helps clinicians adapt to different environments and keep safe from infectious disease.

The following workflow is designed for the Eko CORE Digital Stethoscope (2nd Generation) and Eko CORE Attachment (2nd Generation).

User Manual and Indications for use can be found here

Please note: Make sure your preferred headphones are plugged into or paired with your phone. We recommend using wired headphones for best sound quality but have beta tested with Airpods and got good sound quality with the following devices:

iOS: 5s, 6, 6s, 8, X, XR, XS, XS Max, 11.

Note: If you choose to use Airpods, or other wireless headphones, we recommend testing the sound quality and having wired headphones as a backup. Please see more information on compatible phone and bluetooth headphone models for Wireless Auscultation Here.


Step 1: Launch the Eko App and turn on Play from Headphones under the Settings panel of the App. 


Step 2: Plug your preferred headphones into your phone. If you are using bluetooth headphones, connect them to your mobile device. We recommend limiting to only 2 bluetooth devices connected simultaneously to ensure strongest wireless connectivity. 

Step 3 (Optional): If you have a fully assembled stethoscope, start by removing your stethoscope ear tubing by either unscrewing the barb/tubing from the bottom of the CORE or pulling the ear tubing off of the barb.




Step 4: Turn on the Eko CORE and pair to the Eko App. Once the device is paired to the App, you can put your mobile device in your pocket or hold in your hand during auscultation. 

Step 5 (Optional): Put a glove / cover / stethoscope sleeve of your choice on the Eko CORE so that the entire device is covered. This can be changed between patients and the device can also be cleaned with 70% isopropyl alcohol wipes (do not submerge device in liquid). 

Examples of covers: (you can also use surgical gloves)


Step 6: Auscultate with the CORE. You should be hearing sounds through your headphones. 

Create, Share and Delete patients

Follow these simple steps to securely share a patient and their corresponding recordings from the Eko App.

Create patients


  1. Log-in to the Eko Mobile App
  2. Click on the person icon on the top right corner of the Eko App
  3. Click on the blue (+) button
  4. Fill out the relevant fields for your new patient. The only thing you need to fill out in order to create a patient is a Patient ID number. 
  5. Click Done

Share patients


  1. Log-in to the Eko Mobile App
  2. Navigate to your patient list 
  3. Select a patient 
  4. Select Patient Action menu (three dots on center of screen, to the right of the patient's name)
  5. Scroll down and select "Share Patient" 
  6. Enter collaborator's email address and click done

Delete patients


Patients can only be deleted on the Eko mobile app. Note: If you are part of an institution and wish to delete a patient from the app, only the Super Admin for your site can delete patients- please request their assistance. 

  1. Log-in to the Eko Mobile App
  2. Navigate to your patient list 
  3. Locate the patient you wish to delete and select their name.  
  4. Once in the patient profile, select the “information” icon. 
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the patient information page and select “delete patient.” 
    1. The option to remove a patient appears for members of an institution. When a patient is removed, only the given device will be affected, the patient information will not be removed from the institution dashboard.

Take and save recordings


  1. Initiate a recording once your Eko device is paired with the Eko app by pressing the blue circle at the bottom of the screen. The recording button will turn into a stop button, and a countdown will occur at the top of the screen with the word “Recording” appearing above the countdown timer.
  2. Once the recording is complete, you have the option to playback the recording (selecting the blue “Play” button to the left), saving the recording to a Patient (green “SAVE” button in the middle), or deleting the recording (the red “DELETE” button to the right).
  3. When the “SAVE” button is selected, you will be cued to enter your PIN to access your saved Patients (if a PIN has been set up). Then you can select from one of the Patients in your list or create a new Patient to save the recording to.

Analyze your recordings with Eko AI Analysis


If your account has access to Eko AI Analysis, you can detect the presence of heart murmurs whenever you take a recording. Your AI analysis results will show up within 5 seconds of completing your recording. 

  1. Launch the Eko App and connect your CORE 
  2. Take a recording.
  3. After about 5 seconds or so, the AI results will show up at the bottom of your screen. 

Note: For recordings longer than 15 seconds(up to 30 seconds), Eko AI will only analyze the first 15 seconds of data. Ensuring that signal quality is optimal is needed before a recording is initiated in order to return the best analysis results. Follow the steps outlined in Capturing Good Quality Data to ensure optimal data quality. 




LBL 236, Rev A, April 29th, 2021



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