The Eko App works with any generation CORE 500™ Digital Stethoscope, CORE™ Digital Attachment, the 3M™ Littmann® CORE Digital Stethoscope, and DUO™ ECG + Digital Stethoscope. If you already own an Eko stethoscope, simply download the app, create an account, and connect your stethoscope to start using the app features.
To see a complete list of compatible iOS and Android devices, see the system requirements.
The Eko App is a cloud-based software with all data stored in the cloud within the United States. Data security is one of our highest priorities. Eko maintains HIPAA compliant policies, procedures, and technical safeguards for patient and customer data. Eko uses HIPAA compliant and NIST recommended 256-bit AES encryption using managed keys for patient data. Encrypted backups are taken daily.
An Eko stethoscope connects to the Eko App via Bluetooth to unlock the device and provide access to the platform’s full feature set. Once the stethoscope is connected to the app, you can listen wirelessly, record sounds, see detailed detection results supported by Eko AI, and share recordings.
Yes, Eko stethoscopes connect with the Eko App. Download the Eko App for free in the iOS App Store or Android Google Play Store.
Eko Analysis Software, or Eko AI, is FDA-cleared software intended to provide support to the physician in the evaluation of patients’ heart sounds and ECGs. The software analyzes simultaneous ECG and heart sounds. The software detects the presence of atrial fibrillation and normal sinus rhythm from the ECG signal. In addition, it calculates certain cardiac time intervals such as heart rate and QRS duration and EMAT. The software does not identify other arrhythmias. It is not intended as a sole means of diagnosis. The interpretations of heart sounds and ECG offered by the software are only significant when used in conjunction with physician over-read and is for use on adults (> 18 years).
When the Eko App is connected and used with a compatible digital stethoscope, Eko AI is used to check for signs of heart disease. The Eko App summarizes any findings, including potential AFib or other abnormalities. These findings aren’t a diagnosis, but are intended to aid the clinician in reaching a diagnosis accurately, quickly, and confidently.
The international Eko App is available for iOS and Android devices with limited functionality. The international app does not include the following, because these features haven't been cleared yet outside of the U.S.: Eko AI analysis, sharing of recordings or patients, auto record, full cardiac exam, and live streaming. For the full list of functionality, see Overview of the international Eko App.
Date of Issue:
October 25, 2023